Scouse doom heroes Conan have just announced that they are heading to the studio soon to record a new full-length. The as yet untitled follow-up to 2014’s Blood Eagle is expected to hit the shelves later this year.

Despite having only two albums under their belt, Conan are one of the most highly acclaimed underground metal bands in the UK today. In 2012, they were invited to perform at the legendary Roadburn festival, a sure sign of approval and respect in the metal community. If you can’t bear to wait until the end of the year for more of Conan’s trademark brand of subterranean heaviness, then check them out when they tour the UK in June – they will be playing songs off the new album. It will be interesting to see how the new material sounds, given that since the last studio release, Conan have parted ways with their drummer and bassist, replacing them with Chris Fielding and Rich Lewis.


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