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VS-Webzine Streaming SVART CROWN’s “Profane” In Full

| 23 April 2013 | Reply


French death/black metal masters SVART CROWN and Listenable Records have teamed with VS-Webzine for a full album stream of the band’s newest sonic plague, Profane.

Out now on the European continent, Profane will cast its shadow over North America on May 21st. Listen to Profane in its entirety now at this location.

SVART CROWN is a that band has been willing to break the genre boundaries enhancing lethal grooves in a sadistic manner that won’t leave any listener in a safe and comfy world.

The main theme on Profane is full-introspection about humanity sickness and SVART CROWN deliver the soundtrack of a bleak world that has already ended to their eyes with this album. Album artwork was made by designer Stefan Thanneur (RUINS). Profane was recorded, mixed, mastered by Francis Caste (Kickback, Arkhon Infaustus, Phazm) at St Marthe studio in Paris.

“I had to spin around in my listening booth and make sure there wasn’t some exorcism/molestation going on nearby.” – From the Dust Returned

“If the cover art of a pregnant demon-woman isn’t enough to entice you then perhaps the full-throttled black-death attack is. We all need a little hate in our lives, right?” –

Profane is the follow up the band’s 2010 release, Witnessing the Fall. The album was met with a roaring response from fans and the media around the world. Since then, SVART CROWN shared stages with Shining, Enthroned, Melechesh , Ulcerate , Septic Flesh and more across Europe and North America.

Watch SVARTCROWN’s video for “Into a Demential Sea” from Witnessing the Fall at:

SVART CROWN – Witnessing the Fall . CD/TS pack / vinyl available from:

JB LEBAIL: Vocals/Guitar


L.VEYSSIERE: Bass guitar


SVART CROWN on Facebook

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