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SETH Announce Revolting New Album!

In an era where the echoes of revolution have dulled to whispers, SETH roars back into the heart of the metal realm with their new album La France des Maudits. Its lead single, "Et Que Vive le Diable !", channels the unrest of spirits that once roamed the revolutionary streets of Paris. The song is a declaration, a spell that rekindles the flames of rebellion and ignites the soul with insurrection's fire.

Watch the video for "Et Que Vive le Diable !" :

La France des Maudits is out July 14, on Bastille Day, through Season of Mist.

Standing as titans amidst the cobblestones soaked in the lexicon of the damned, Seth wields La France des Maudits as a weapon against the sacrosanct silence that has befallen the music landscape. Each note is a march, each lyric a cry in the dark – this is black metal not as it was, but as it should be: unapologetic, unforgiving, and unyieldingly innovative.

In "Et Que Vive le Diable !", Seth crafts a grandiose narrative interlacing tales of divine defiance and liberation, draped over the backdrop of atmospheric black metal at its most artful and insurrectionist. Seth re-emerges, not just to reign but to revolutionize, not just to echo but to speak truths into the void of divine oppression.

Recorded in the venerable Sainte Marte studio under the watchful gaze of Francis Caste, La France des Maudits boasts a lineage of musicians whose names are etched into the pillars of the genre. Accompanied by the ghostly artistic visage captured by photographer Andy Julia and brought to life by director & producer Claudio Marino at Artax Film, "Et Que Vive le Diable !" is accompanied by a masterful visual production depicting Seth's macabre take of the French revolution.

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