SATYRICON - New Album To Embody “Varied, Soulful” Sound, Says Frontman SATYR
November 8, 2016, 5 years ago
Oslo, Norway-based black metallers, Satyricon, will record their next album in a barn, frontman Sigurd 'Satyr' Wongraven has revealed to TeamRock.com.
Satyr says they'll begin working on the follow-up to 2013's self-titled effort on a farm outside Oslo, Norway. The new album will arrive sometime in 2017.
"We've been jamming in a barn for a long time. Every time we go there, the atmosphere is really nice – we really enjoy being there”, he tells Metal Hammer's In Residence show on Spotify. "I just said, 'We play so well when we're here – the spirit and the soul, and what we do comes across as unique. What if we brought recording equipment and engineers here, instead of bringing Satyricon to a studio?' So we're doing that."
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Professionally filmed video footage of Satyricon's entire August 14th performance at this year's edition of the Bloodstock Open Air Festival, held at Catton Hall in Walton-on-Trent, England, can be found below.
Satyricon's Bloodstock setlist was comprised of the following ten songs:
"The Dawn Of A New Age"
"Du Som Hater Gud"
"Transcendental Requiem Of Slaves"
"Black Crow On A Tombstone"
"Fuel For Hatred"