CRUACHAN Part Ways With KARMAGEDDON MEDIA
Irish folk metal band CRUACHAN have posted the following message on their official web site:
"As of today, CRUACHAN have parted ways with Karmageddon Media. The split was amicable amongst us both and we have left on very good terms. As a parting act of good will, we will do one last release with Karmageddon Media, a re-release of our 1994 'Celtica' demo, including some unreleased tracks, including 'Timmy', which we have played at quite a few CRUACHAN shows. We wish Karmageddon Media our best wishes for the future."
CRUACHAN will embark on the European "Pagan Invasion Tour 2005" beginning in mid-September. A list of the confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.
CRUACHAN are continuing to tour in support of their fourth full-length album, "Pagan", which was released through Karmageddon Media. "Pagan" was recorded and mixed at Radio Na Life Studios in Dublin, Ireland with producer Al Cowen and is the follow-up to 2002's "Folk-Lore". The cover artwork for "Pagan" was created by John Howe, the leading JRR Tolkien illustrator and the conceptual artist from the "Lord of the Rings" movies.
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