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ESOCTRILIHUM comes forth with 'Eternity of Shaog'

Furthering the band's achievements in black metal.

"The Dracula of Mars" by Alan Brown

Though Alan Brown's most recognized album cover lies on MASTODON's Emperor of Sand, his art also fronts compositions from one of the most unique black metal acts of today, that being ESOCTRILIHUM. Last year's The Telluric Ashes of the Ö Vrth Immemorial Gods was featured on several year end lists, including ours, for ESOCTRILIHUM's ability to master the art of avant garde is one to bask in. To continue his reign through the flooded underground, multi-instrumentalist and band mastermind Asthâghul presents Eternity of Shaog, available on May 22nd via I-Voidhanger Records. This new record is set to form a triptych with The Telluric Ashes of the Ö Vrth Immemorial Gods, exploring a new world of immemorial gods nothing short of a Lovecraftian story.

To ease into the album's arrival, the band have made available the swarming lead single Exh-Enî Söph (1st Passage: Exiled From Sanity). As anything that stems from ESOCTRILIHUM's varied discography, the single is truly dynamic. Swarming with turbulent riffage and cosmic soundscapes, ESOCTRILIHUM guides you through a multi-sensory listening experience. You best brace yourself for what awaits.

Stream Exh-Enî Söph (1st Passage: Exiled From Sanity) below and get your copy HERE.

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