A new LECHEROUS NOCTURNE track entitled "We Are As Dust" is available for streaming at the band's MySpace page. The song comes off of the South Carolina-based extreme metal band's forthcoming second album, "The Age of Miracles Has Passed", due out later this summer on Unique Leader Records.
Once again recorded at SoundLab Studio in Columbia, South Carolina, "The Age of Miracles Has Passed" is said to be "a refined yet diversified progression from 2006's 'Adoration of the Blade'."
The final track listing is as follows:
01. Just War Theory
02. We Are As Dust
03. When Single Shines the Tripled Sun
04. The Age of Miracles Has Passed
05. Edict of Worms
06. Death Hurts Only the Living
07. Requiem for the Insects
08. The Preponderance of Fire
LECHEROUS NOCTURNE in 2006 announced the addition of drummer Jeremy Nissenbaum (DESPOTIC ROBOT, CYANIDE BREED) to the group's ranks. Nissenbaum replaced Dallas Toler-Wade, who left to focus on his duties as the guitarist in NILE.
LECHEROUS NOCTURNE performing live in Tampa, Florida in September 2007:
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