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SATYRICON live stream album release show from Oslo

Only one duo is able to evoke sinister settings like the world of bleak woods lurking behind Norwegian wafts of mist. And that duo is legendary SATYRICON. Formed in Oslo in 1991, SATYRICON made an immediate and enduring impact when they emerged from the flourishing Norwegian black metal scene.

With their brand new opus titled ‘Deep calleth upon Deep‘, the iconic masters Satyr and Frost properly dispense the darkest art of metal. SATYRICON‘s highly anticipated ninth studio album is out today via Napalm Records!

To celebrate the new record, the band will play an exclusive and very special album release show – on the rooftop of the KLP building in the heart of Oslo!

300 fans will exclusively experience SATYRICON live at this very special event, but the release concert will also be streamed live to fans around the world, before the band leaves for an extensive world tour!

“I always thought the Beatles gig on top of the Apple building in London, 1969, was such an intriguing thing and it really feels like a privilege to be able to do something like this ourselves. In our hometown too! Since this is to celebrate the release of “Deep calleth upon Deep”, we don’t want to exclude those who can’t be there with us that night, so I’m glad it’s being streamed worldwide. We’ll play the whole record and we’ll do it in style!” SATYRICON frontman & visionary Satyr informs us.

This event took place on Sat, Sept 23
Watch the recorded live stream on SATYRICON’s Facebook page

Deep calleth upon Deep is out now!

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