The Eternal have posted a ten-minute sampler of their upcoming album When The Circle Of Light Begins To Fade. You can check it out below. The band also revealed some additional details on the album. It was engineered and produced by vocalist/guitarist Mark Kelson and is the first album to feature the new guitarist Brad Cook. According to their Facebook page, this album "sees the band return to a darker sound with the band releasing some of their most emotive and personal material to date." You can also hear their new single "Beneath These Waves" over here and see if that is true.

The new opus is set for release in Australia through Rocket Distribution on August 30th, and in Japan through StayMetal Records on September 25th.





The tracklist of the album is as follows:

01. When The Circle Of Light Begins To Fade
02. Beneath These Waves
03. Motionless
04. Drifting
05. In Severance
06. Divided We Fall
07. Yesterday's Fire
08. Carry Us Away
09. A Quiet Death Of The Sun
10. The End Of Everything
11. Without A Trace
12. Dark Day Coming
13. The Burning Truth

In addition, The Eternal announced a series of concerts to celebrate its 10 year anniversary, as well as the Circle of Light Tour; where the group will be playing special 80 minute retrospective sets. You can see The Eternal live at the following dates:

13th September - The Bald Faced Stag, Sydney with Rise Of Avernus, The Veil
14th September - Pot Belly Bar, Canberra with Myridian and more TBA
20th September - The Evelyn, Melbourne with Okera, Arbrynth and Rainshadow
6th October (labour day eve) - Enigma Bar, Adelaide with Art In Exile and more TBA

Supporting Amorphis:

11th October - The Factory Theatre, Sydney
12th October - The Hifi, Brisbane
14th October - Billboard The Venue, Melbourne





Source: facebook.com
Band profile: The Eternal
 
Posted: 16.07.2013 by Shawb



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Bad English - 16.07.2013 at 19:51  
Darker sound, still it will not be old good Cryptal Darkness
ryche76 - 16.07.2013 at 23:03  
Sounds much darker than the previous effort with jeff martin. but still good.

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