CRUACHAN: 'The Morrigan's Call' Artwork Posted Online
Irish folk metal band CRUACHAN have posted the cover artwork for their fifth album, "The Morrigan's Call", at this location.
"The Morrigan's Call" is tentatively due later in the year via na as-yet-undetermined label (the band were previously signed to Greece's Black Lotus Records, who recently closed their doors). The follow-up to 2004's "Pagan" was recorded at Sun Studios in Dublin and will be preceded by the release of a single, "The Very Wild Rover". In addition to the title cut, the single will contain the bonus songs "Bloody Sunday Unplugged", "Timmy" and "Brian Boru".
"The Morrigan's Call" track listing:
02. The Brown Bull of Cooley
03. Coffin Ships
04. The Great Hunger
05. The Old Woman in the Woods
07. The Morrigan's Call
08. Teir abhail Ru
09. Wolfe Tone
10. The Very Wild Rover
12. Diarmuid and Grainne
Click here to listen to a sneak preview MP3 (said to be a "low-quality unmastered sample) of the new album.
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