1349 Releases 'Through Eyes Of Stone' Single

1349 Releases 'Through Eyes Of Stone' Single

Norwegian black metal masters 1349 have unleashed a brand new single, "Through Eyes Of Stone". The song is taken from the band's self-titled EP, which will be released on August 16. 1349 has furthermore finished the recordings of its new full-length, to be made available this fall via Season Of Mist.

The new single can be found on all digital platforms and the limited vinyl can be pre-ordered the Season Of Mist shop.

"Through Eyes Of Stone" track listing:

01. Through Eyes Of Stone (03:24)
02. Riders Of The Apocalypse (Live in Tokyo) (04:56)

1349 will embark on a European tour in January 2020, along with ABBATH and VLTIMAS.

Earlier this year, 1349 released the "Dødskamp" single. The song was written for a project by the organizations Innovation Norway, Visit Norway and the Munch Museum, called "Munch + Music". Four Norwegian artists within four different genres of music were asked to interpret their angle on a freely selected work by the famous painter Edvard Munch.

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