Code stream new album

2013-11-12 by Voivod STAFF | 3 Comments
English avant-garde black metal outfit Code are streaming their new album Augur Nox at the official bandcamp location of Agonia Records.

Augur Nox, the first Code album with new singer Wacian, will be released on November 19.

You can stream the album right here: http://agoniarecords.bandcamp.com/album/augur-nox

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evolvedresolve
November 12th 2013
28 Comments


This is incredible.. and probably won't get the attention and accolades it deserves; and that's a damn shame. Great record, by a phenomenal band who create a fantastically, haunting atmosphere.

Mad.
November 13th 2013
4664 Comments


Review it and get a feature then :P

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Voivod
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2013
7491 Comments


Essentially, Code is a whole new band and that is readily evident on the new album.

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