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Spoil Engine to release new album in November

Belgian metal four-piece Spoil Engine revealed the title and cover of their new album. The follow-up to their latest album “Stormsleeper” from 2017 is titled “Renaissance Noire”, due out November 15.

Says the band: “After almost a year of writing and recording, we are proud to present the title and cover artwork of our latest full album: “Renaissance Noire”. The album represents a humanistic rebirth of our band as a 4-piece, going back to the essence of heavy music: hard, dark yet so diverse. We are extremely proud of the sonic art we have created; 10 pure, uncut metal songs where every single band member shines like never before.”

You can see the album cover drawn by Adrian Baxter below.

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The vocalist Iris Goessens, who joined the band in 2015, recorded a short video message announcing that they will be releasing a lot of behind the scenes material leading up to the November album release. You can hear a snippet of a new track playing in the background. Watch the video below.

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