DAWN OF RELIC To Release 'Lovecraftian Dark' In January
Finland's DAWN OF RELIC have set Jan. 20, 2003 as the release date through Season of Mist Records for their new album, "Lovecraftian Dark".
The CD, which was recorded at Tico-Tico studios and mastered at Finnvox, will include special guest appearances by Alexi Ranta (THE BLACK LEAGUE), Mikko Hyttinen (R.M.S.), Jarno Juntunen (IGNIS FATUUS), and Kaisa Jouhki (BATTLELORE).
The complete track listing for the album is as follows:
Chapter I - Throes Matrix
01. Dawn Over Carcosa
02. Masquerade Of Sickness (The Eve Of Reckoning)
03. Throes Matrix
05. Scions Of The Blackened Soil
07. Watchtower Son (Lemurian Guard)
Chapter II - Themes Of Stifled Screams
08. The Awakening
09. Bowels of Murder
10. The Wail Of The Tartarean Wells
11. It Dragged Her to Dark
Chapter III - The Story of Rose Haven (unreleased demo material)
13. Dormant from Kiasmagoria
14. Phantasm and Evenfall
In other news, DAWN OF RELIC recently parted ways with synth player Pekka Malo due to "personal reasons."
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