CRIMSON MOON Preparing To Release 'Brotherhood Of The Sanguine Race'
Through what seemed like an eternity of turmoil and interference, the inevitable has finally happened. While on tour this summer with German black metallers ENDSTILLE, the infamously dueling duo, Nocturnal Overlord and Vampir Scorpios, have reunited to negotiate all the obstacles in the path of the CRIMSON MOON and have been feverishly at work on all-new material for their baneful and bloodthirsty upcoming release, "Brotherhood of the Sanguine Race", to be released by Germany's No Colours Records. Inevitably, also appearing on this album is Blood Moon Ausar (of DAGON) back on keyboards, and a new, more aggressive drummer. According to a press release, "The new material is faster and more venomous than ever, with a more primitive approach to song composition." Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Acrimonious Consciousness of Being", "Reawakening the Sanguine Breath of Tiamat", "Transcend the Darkness II" and "Communion in Blood".
In addition to the confirmed "Communion in Blood" reunion tour planned for Germany, an Eastern European trek is also currently in the works for Thessaloniki, Greece; Macedonia; Ljubljana; Slovenia; and Athens, Greece.
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