ACHERON: Polish Live Photos Posted Online

January 4, 2005

Columbus, Ohio-based black/death metal cult band ACHERON made their Polish live debut as part of the Conquer Records Winter 2004 Festivals in late November. Check out photos from

As previously reported, ACHERON have been working on music for their next album, tentatively titled "Sanctum Regnum". The band are taking it slowly and are enjoying the songwriting process. The theme for the CD will be "a very apocalyptic concept." Songtitles set to appear on the album include "The Apocalypse", "Godless (We are Gods)", "Satan’s New Age", "I Am Heathen", "Millennium's End", "Anno Lucifuge", "Rise of Rebellion" and "Might is Right".

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