ABIGOR: 'Fractal Possesion' Artwork Unveiled
Reunited Austrian black metallers ABIGOR have unveiled the artwork for their new album, "Fractal Possesion", at this location. The CD will be released in Europe on May 2 and the U.S. on June 5.
"Fractal Possession" track listing:
02. Project: Shadow
03. Cold Void Choir
04. Lairf Of Infinite Deparation
05. 3D Blasphemy
06. The Fire Syndrom
07. Injection Satan
08. Libery Rises A Diagonal Flame
09. Vapourzied Tears
10. Heaven Unveiled
Check out a few audio samples at the band's MySpace page.
As previously reported, ABIGOR has announced plans to release a strictly limited 7" demo box featuring the demos "Ash Nazgh...", "Lux Devicta Est", "Promo-Tape II/94" and "Moonrise". The band is currently searching for reviews, interviews and articles from this period to include in the packaging... If you own, or know someone who could help the band with this, contact them via their MySpace page.
ABIGOR's "Orkblut - The Retaliation" mini-CD, which was originally issued in 1994 via Napalm Records, was released on vinyl and as a limited-edition picture disc in early November through France's Chaos Sacrum Records.
ABIGOR's current lineup includes mainman Peter Kubik and co-founding member T.T.
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