Norwegian metellars Satyricon have issued the following update::

''The last week and a half has been very eventful, recording vocals, brass with people from the the Broadcasting orchestra and the philharmonic, last night we had a choir called Grex Vocalis in the studio and we did a big photo shoot last weekend with tame wolves and lynx's (that were not tame) at some sort of reservate up in the mountains here in Norway. Very fascinating and powerful! We also went to some locations which represent the country's dramatic nature in a great way.

This week we're finishing the final recordings and preparing the album for mix. Saturday we play Kaltenbach Open Air in Austria and Monday we fly back to L.A to mix the record with Joe Barresi and do mastering with Brian Gardner.

Euro tour is currently being lined up for mid November till late December these days and we're coming to back to America for the first time since 04 in January and February as direct support for COF.

On the next update, the album title will be revealed. Take care.''

Band profile: Satyricon
Posted: 18.07.2008 by abattoir


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LeChron James - 18.07.2008 at 08:38  
orchestra? this is getting more and more interesting with each update
kayla - 18.07.2008 at 08:57  
Only if satyricon returned to their old sound ofdark medieval times and nemesis divina....

orchestra eh, definitely intresting. Hardly black metal but hey if this new album doesn't sound like volcano or now diabolical it could be very promising
ChavaIhshan - 18.07.2008 at 09:25  
They are coming to America, thats good.

.....with COF, thats awful :/
worm_is_gloaming - 18.07.2008 at 10:40  
These guys should start headlining their own tours already... All the support is there, and concert halls WILL be filled.

This isn't the first time promoters are underestimating US metal fans and their demands, opting for a safe tour package instead of offering some long-awaited surprise.

The success of Paganfest tour sure did prove them wrong, where the popularity of folk metal within US was concerned... It's about time they learned the same is true when it comes to black metal. Sure, sending Dimmu Borgir or COF to the States is always a safe bet and a guaranteed cash draw, but doing something creative with the bands that aren't as mainstream would pay off too. Execs underestimate how well-informed the fans are within the scene, and comparatively lesser-known black metal bands (such as Satyricon) would still draw a good crowd. Come to think of it, Satyricon headlined a tour at the end of 2004, and they weren't supporting a new album at the time. How much more sense it would make to do a headlining tour now instead of being reduced again to a support act for a band whose fans aren't even into Satyricon's music much.
ktscat666 metal - 18.07.2008 at 14:29  
this is very interesting to me, orchestral sounds? wow impressive
naemah - 19.07.2008 at 01:22  
it seems very interesting....the use of orchestra is making me curious.... =)
Muhannad Saleh - 19.07.2008 at 03:18  
good news.
NeoSe7en - 20.07.2008 at 00:07  
I'm glad to hear about the new album, but why, oh why, are they touring with Cradle of Filth? COF doesn't deserve to wipe Satyricon's ass. I agree with wolfheart, Satyricon could be selling out shows with ease at this point in their career.

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