AMENRA: 'Mass IIII' To Be Released On Vinyl
Belgium's heaviest sludge-metal outfit AMENRA will have its "Mass IIII" album (2008) released on double vinyl on February 1 via Hypertension Records. According to a press release, the two-LP set "will have a superb deluxe gatefold packaging, high-quality vinyl, a vinyl bag, a special version of the song 'Terziele' and a few extras, like stickers and a posters, all that for only 25 euros." The "Mass IIII" 2xLP is limited to 750 copies, 150 of which are on clear vinyl.
In other news, AMENRA has officially welcomed Lennart Bossu into the "family of RA." He has been active in countless bands over the years, and has always been a close friend of the group. Lennart, who is now a permanent member, will make his first appearance with AMENRA at the Eurosonic Festival.
AMENRA will team up with Atlanta's ZOROASTER for a U.S. tour beginning on February 15 in Brooklyn, New York.
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