French metallers EON stream their new album for extended worldwide release

07/22/2017 at 11:16 am (Uncategorized)

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A few weeks after a limited release “only for the fans” of their brand new full-length record ‘Purgatory Inherited’ French savage metallers eOn (Element Of Noise) just unleashed this effort for a worldwide extended release (CD & Digital) on Bandcamp while the entire album is available right now for full-stream at the same location.

Stream the whole album on Bandcamp | Grab your physical copy + merch on the band’s official webstore
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…For the record…
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Founded in 1999 by four long-time friends around the French Riviera, eOn recorded its first self-titled demo in 2001 and made its first paths on stage at the same time.
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Three years later, the band released its debut EP called ‘Brutal Awakening’ (2003) through the French cult label Disagree Records and shared its vibes on the local scenes with bands such as Black Bomb A, Eths, L’Esprit Du Clan or Furia.
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A few years after the EP, eOn began the work on a first full-length effort (‘Unscarred’) which has been released on 2009 through La Fissure Prod/Season of Mist and then took its time to write and record new songs. This new audio material featured on a second EP called ‘Chaos Behind Us’ in 2013 while the band played as openers for major bands (Hatebreed…)
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In 2017, after the arrival of a fifth member (Ranko from Otargos, Svart Crown…), eOn released its second album‘Purgatory Inherited’.
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For Fans of Black Bomb A, Comeback Kid, Pantera, Slayer…
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