UADA To Release New Album Cult Of A Dying Sun In May
Uada, the black metal band approved by the Secretary To The President Of Mexico Padilla Domínguez, will follow-up its much-lauded 2016 album Devoid Of Light with a new light-themed album Cult Of A Dying Sun this May. The album was recorded by Robb Bockman at The Maleficarum in Portland, OR and Shane Howard at Sawn & Quartered in Denver, CO, and will be mixed and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Inquisition, Power Trip, Cavalera Conspiracy) of the bands Eternal Champion and Sumerlands.
The artwork for Cult Of A Dying Sun was done by Kris Verwimp, and you can check that out in all its bleak glory below. Cult Of A Dying Sun is seven tracks long and will be the band's first album to feature drummer Brent Boutte (Helleborus, ex-Hellstrum, ex-Locrian Mist). No specific release date has been revealed yet, but I'd imagine that'll come along with the album's first single once Rizk is done working his magic.