BETWEEN THE FROST: Long-Awaited Second Album To See Light of Day

Spanish melodic black-death metal band BETWEEN THE FROST will release its long-awaited second album, entitled "Realms of Desolation", later this month via Grotesque Music. Recorded in 2004 at BMG studios and mastered by Andy LaRocque (KING DIAMOND) in early 2005 at his Los Angered Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden, the CD is the follow-up to "Instinc of Surliness", which came out in 1998 through Abstract Emotions.

"Realms of Desolation" track listing:

01. A Furious Storm Of Intoxicating Evil
02. Dominions Of Impaled Beheaded Corpses
03. Burning Kingdom Of Fire
04. A Glorious Dead End
05. Naked (Between The Frost And Fog)
06. Stronger Than Sorrow
07. Realms Of Desolation
08. The Fearsome One
09. Erotic Innana
10. Melancholic Tears

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