SACRED SON is proud to release their fourth LP, 'The Foul Deth of Engelond'

When seeking inspiration for their third album, London Black Metal quartet SACRED SON chose the left-hand path less traveled, and instead of joining the masses who took on Dante’s Inferno, they looked to the rich vein that is a historical reference. The 1381 Peasants Revolt was their choice of concept as they found within its confines the opportunity to weave historical records with speculative inversion in recounting the tale of the fierce and bloody uprising as a proto-revolutionary moment in English history. Principal songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dane Cross describes it as an ode to righteous left-wing political violence that echoes today's fractured World. Recorded in the cold dark winter of 2020 by tube-amp maestro Chris Fullard (Ulver, Sunn O)))), Boris) at the analog-focused Holy Mountain Studios in London, these sessions were then mixed by Randall Dunn (Wolves in the Throne Room, Earth, Kayo Dot) at his Circular Ruin studio in NYC.

“The Foul Deth of Engelond” by Sacred Son is out on 13th May 2022 via True Cult Records and is available over at Bandcamp. Watch here the last single of the album, "Le Blakheth".

In creating “The Foul Deth of Engelond“, Scared Son are joined by Artem Litovchenko and Tetiana Franchenko who provide Cello and Piano accompaniments as the quartet breaks the chains and shackles of their recent more insular offerings and return to their earlier, more expansive roots. In doing so, their choice of Chris Fullard is so painfully obvious that it hurts as the rewards of doing so are simply so great as he has bestowed upon them a richness, texture, and depth of guitar sound that fits the band's style like a glove.

“The Foul Deth of Engelond“ tracklist:

1. Pestilence

2. The Foul Deth of Engelond

3. Le Blakheth

4. The Boy King

5. Vengeance I & II