Dutch extreme metal act CONSPIRACY will release its third full-length album, "Irremediable", later this year via Pulverised Records. The CD offers 12 warring tracks with artwork (see below) inspired by controversial 17th century artist Félicien Rops.
Previously helmed by sole member Alex "Carpathian Wolf" (formerly known as Al' Hazred of MELECHESH fame), CONSPIRACY now features Wolf alongside German guitarist, composer and orchestrator Aryan Blaze.
Elaborated Wolf on the latest offering: "This time CONSPIRACY doesn't just spit rage and hatred but presents the symphony of sinister entertainment for the elite black metal consumer.
"The material on 'Irremediable' ranges from blackened heavy metal with melodic and harmonious guitar solos to black metal with unorthodox elements, which will pleasantly surprise even the most spoilt listeners.
"The cover art is based on the painting by the Belgian Satanist painter Félicien Rops (1833-1898), which goes really fine with the dark poetry of Aleister Crowley, Charles Baudelaire and some other classical masters.
"As an additional treat, some of the songs that are on 'Irremediable' will feature pre-recorded drum performances by Dirk Verbeuren (ABORTED, SOILWORK, SCARVE, etc.) taken from 'The Library Of The Extreme - Blasts & Fills by Toontrack'."
"Irremediable" track listing:
01. Nocturnal Hunters
02. Ouverture (instrumental)
03. Black Mass
04. End Of Religion
06. The Invocation Of Hecate
08. The Hag
09. Armageddon Broke
10. A Dream Of Fear
11. Carpathian Sunset (instrumental)
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