You can now stream Abbath’s new album, ‘Outstrider’

    It’s officially out this Friday.

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    Norwegian black metallers Abbath have made their new album Outstrider available to stream, just days ahead of its official release.

    The 39-minute-long record was posted in its entirety to the YouTube channel of the band’s label Season of Mist yesterday. The album features previously released singles “Harvest Pyre” and “Outstrider.”

    The new LP officially arrives this Friday, but Abbath are already looking forward to the next one. Bandleader Abbath Doom Occulta told Billboard that he has “material for two more albums standing by.” He added, “For the next album after Outstrider, I’m thinking differently. Right now, I’m experimenting with some Creatures of the Night [by Kiss]-meets-Exciter shit.”

    Sounds promising. But for now, you can stream Outstrider here: