Aeon Release New Music for the First Time in Aeons


Swedish death metallers Aeon have announced an October 15 release date (via Metal Blade) for their fifth full-length studio album, God Ends Here.

Notably, God Ends Here will be Aeon’s first album since 2012’s Aeons Black.

A press release explains the delay between releases:

“The main reason for the gap between records lies in finding the right drummer, having had a few pass through their ranks in the interim, Dark Funeral/Imperium drummer Janne Jaloma now manning the kit. Making his recording debut with the band is also bassist Tony Östman, who joined in 2013, during the touring cycle for Aeons Black. Guitarist Daniel Dlimi, who departed the Aeon fold in 2013, also returned to the band’s ranks in 2019, which inspired guitarist Zeb Nilsson to write, having really missed collaborating with him.”

You can listen to “Church of Horror,” the first single from God Ends Here, below.

Pre-order the album here.

Aeon Release New Music for the First Time in Aeons
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