Dutch symphonic black metal act CARACH ANGREN will release its third album, "Where The Corpses Sink Forever", on May 18 via Season Of Mist. The CD was recorded Tidal Wave studio in Karlsruhe, Germany.
The second in a series of video clips featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the studio can be seen below.
"Where The Corpses Sink Forever" track listing:
01. An Ominous Recording 02. Lingering In An Imprint Haunting 03. Bitte Tötet Mich 04. The Funerary Dirge Of A Violinist 05. Sir John 06. Spectral Infantry Battalions 07. General Nightmare 08. Little Hector What Have You Done? 09. These Fields Are Lurking (Seven Pairs Of Demon Eyes)
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CARACH ANGREN previously promised that the band's "new horrific concept album" would "be darker and more epic than ever before!"
The band's second album, "Death Came Through A Phantom Ship", was released in early 2010 via Maddening Media.
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