III (Eths album)

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Studio album by Eths
Released April 6, 2012
Recorded Studio Fredman,
Genre Groove metal, deathcore, death metal
Length 46:55 (standard edition)
58:53 (deluxe edition)
Label Season of Mist
Producer Fredrik Nordström
Eths chronology
Singles from III
  1. "Adonaï"
    Released: March 12, 2012
  2. "Sidus"
    Released: November 7, 2012
  3. "Harmaguedon"
    Released: May 31, 2013
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Metal Hammer 7/10 stars
Metal Underground 4/5 stars[1]
The New Review 3/5 stars[2]
Sputnikmusic 4/5 stars[3]

III is the third studio album from the French metal band Eths, released on April 6, 2012. The release date was delayed from its initially intended release date of March 2 (Europe) and March 12 (North America). The album features a move towards more clean singing from frontwoman Candice Clot as well as versions of songs with either French or English lyrics, plus the return of drummer Guillaume Dupré. A music video for the song Adonaï was released on March 12 in both French and English versions. It is the last album to feature vocalist Candice Clot, who announced her departure from the group in September 2012. 3 videos have been released from this album: "Adonaï" (for both English and French versions), "Sidus" (with live vocalists Virginie Goncalves and Nelly Wood-Hasselhoff) and "Harmaguedon" (with new vocalist Rachel Aspe).

The songs "Gravis Venter" and "Adonaï", in their original French versions, were released for the Rock Band Network in May 2012.

Track List[edit]

Note: Tracks "Voragine", "Adonaï", "Gravis Venter" and "Anatemnein" have alternate lyrics which differ between English and French versions
Disc One : III
No. Title Length
1. "Voragine" 3:44
2. "Harmaguedon" 4:48
3. "Adonaï" 3:59
4. "Gravis Venter" 5:03
5. "Inanis Venter" 4:24
6. "Sidus" 4:46
7. "Proserpina" 5:44
8. "Hercolubus" 5:04
9. "Praedator" 1:35
10. "Anatemnein" 7:41
Total length: 46:55