DARKSPACE: Album Reissues Scheduled For This Month

Swiss dark/ambient black metallers DARKSPACE will have their two albums, entitled "Dark Space I" and "Dark Space II", reissued through Avantgarde Music on September 29.

According to a press release, "Dark Space I" and "Dark Space II" were packaged in truly beautiful hand-made digipacks by the band themselves and then [were] sold out in an eyeblink. Their [unavailability] became a tough headache for many fans who had to pay insane prices in order to get them through collectors' markets (they [are being sold for] $200 each on eBay!). [The band's] cult status became obvious when in [conjunction with] the release of 'Dark Space II', the band decided to organize a sort of secret/private concert to showcase the new album. A few hours after having made announcement for this through their website, they received a vastly higher demand for admission passes than they expected to and than the gig location could afford to take in. Maniacs where travelling to Bern from northern Germany and even Finland!"

"Dark Space I" and "Dark Space II" will initially be sold only through the label's web site.


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