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Cirith Ungol, ny skive

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Skive kommer i neste uke, her er et par smakebiter.

Og bandet har ikke sluppet nytt materiale på snart 30 år, låter det som du hadde tenkt? 24. april kommer skiva, 'Forever Black', her smaker du på låten 'Before Tomorrow': 

Metal Blade melder inn formatene du kan velge i:

  • jewelcase-CD
  • digipak-CD (EU exclusive)
  • deluxe box set (slip-lid box, 2CD, 2LP mud-green vinyl, flag, slipmat, pin, patch - limited to 1000 copies)
  • ice blue / black marbled vinyl (US exclusive - limited to 400 copies)
  • purple / black marbled vinyl (US exclusive - limited to 100 copies)
  • 180g black vinyl (EU exclusive)
  • light blue / red marbled vinyl (EU exclusive - limited to 700 copies)
  • light olive green vinyl (EU exclusive - limited to 300 copies)
  • white / black marbled vinyl (EU exclusive - limited to 200 copies)
  • clear / black dust vinyl (EU webshop exclusive - limited to 100 copies)
  • pewter gray/black marbled vinyl - Artist Exclusive (Cirith Ungol Kings Road webshop - limited to 500 copies)
  • exclusive bundles with shirts and merch items, plus digital options are also available!

"Cirith Ungol was formed in Ventura, California in the early 1970s, first appearing on the scene with their self-financed debut album, Frost and Fire, via their own Liquid Flame Records imprint in April 1981. It was obscure and arcane, mysterious and eccentric, epic and expansive, but most of all unfailingly, bone-crushingly heavy, dark and doom-filled.

Cirith Ungol went on to release two additional studio albums - King of the Dead and One Foot in Hell - now regarded as stone-cold classics. However, by the early 1990s, the musical climate was shifting away from traditional metal. The band was plagued with lineup instability and then came an unsatisfying studio experience during the recording of the 4th full-length album, Paradise Lost, that left them profoundly disappointed. Finally, after years of frustration took their toll, Cirith Ungol was laid to rest in May 1992."

Tracklist:

  1. The Call
  2. Legions Arise
  3. The Frost Monstreme
  4. The Fire Divine
  5. Stormbringer
  6. Fractus Promissum
  7. Nightmare
  8. Before Tomorrow
  9. Forever Black

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