Almost 20 years after the release of the influential pagan black metal album, Wicher(1996), and 15 years since their split up, what may have been unthinkable is now becoming reality: the Polish black metal legends are back and they will release a brand new full-length, Anima Lucifera, in the spring of 2016.
Opening this new chapter in SACRILEGIUM’s history, a limited edition single, Angelus, will be released on 28 December 2015 via Pagan Records, which released the aforementioned debut full-length.
The advance stream of “Angelus” is available under the following links:
The title track of the single (in both album and demo versions) is an example of what to expect of the band on their upcoming full-length release in 2016: that traditional black metal sound they are known for, however, with a brutal and more aggressive kick and, yet, not lacking their unique touch of melancholy.
The single contains two versions of the title track; an album and demo version. It also comprises of remixes done by guest artists: In Slaughter Natives (industrial),Zenial (experimental, avant-garde), ROD (Slavonic folk-dubstep) and Echoes of Yul(post-rock).
Angelus is being released in digital format as well as a DigiFile CD edition limited to 500 copies.
1. Angelus (album version)
2. Angelus (remix by In Slaughter Natives)
3. Angelus (remix by Zenial)
4. Angelus (remix by Echoes of Yul)
5. Angelus (remix by ROD)
6. Angelus (demo version)