ΑΧΕΡΟΝΤΑΣ announces new album 'The Seven Tongues of ΔΑΗΜΩΝ' + streams lead single

The reincarnation of Acherontas is marked by a glorious full-length to come.


On March 14th, Zazen Sounds will give way to the international release of The Seven Tongues of ΔΑΗΜΩΝ, the latest full-length composition by way of V.P. Sorcerer's ΑΧΕΡΟΝΤΑΣ. The band, which is the newfound moniker of the previously known Acherontas, enlists the majestic work of Maximilian Pirner (1854-1929) for a cover apt in introducing the atmospheric qualities that the band has undertaken here. Lead single Hecate - Queen of the Crossroads is the proper entry point into the black metal experience that V.P. Sorcerer has crafted for all. Psychic Death - The Shattering Of Perceptions (2020) was a high mark and what ΑΧΕΡΟΝΤΑΣ have here aims to meet that celestial being.


ΑΧΕΡΟΝΤΑΣ comments on the new album:


"The new Opus, bearing the fiery symbolic crown of The Seven Tongues of ΔΑΗΜΩΝ, unto the realms of matter. The sands of creation shall shift once again, as the new album of the Coven signifies the sail towards new horizons, fertilizing the grounds with blessed sonic resources to bear fruits on spiritual levels. Seven pacts with powers unknown to mortal men, yet to be known to the elevated individual that chooses to follow the thread beyond mortality. Seven pathways to the Inner Sanctum, grasping a harsh lesson, a taunt of spirit and soul, benign and glorifying.


The Coven places this newborn Opus upon the altars of the Seven Gods, paying tribute to the forces of the Other that have inspired its course over the decades. The listener is set to be reached by this reverence, since this reverence is set to extend within the listener and let him become one with the multidimensional becoming that is assigned, this Mission of Seven Hells and Seven Destinations. This is a new era of continuity, forging all the bestial aspects of the Past to a shining athame that shapes the Future."


Stream Hecate - Queen of the Crossroads below and stay tuned for pre-order info.


Maximilian Pirner
'Hekate' (1901) by Maximilian Pirner (1854-1929)