DRACONIAN: 'The Burning Halo' Track Listing, Release Date Announced
Swedish gothic doom metal band DRACONIAN will release their special "bonus" album, titled "The Burning Halo", on September 29 through Napalm Records (October 10 in the U.S.). The CD will feature three new songs, new versions of several demo songs and three covers.
"The Burning Halo" track listing (playing time 54:09):
01. She Dies
02. Through Infectious Waters (A Sickness Elegy)
03. The Dying
04. Serenade of Sorrow
05. The Morningstar
06. The Gothic Embrace
07. On Sunday They Will Kill the World
08. Forever My Queen
In other news, DOOM:VS — the long-awaited doom project of DRACONIAN lead guitarist and main songwriter, Johan Ericson — will release their debut album, "Aeternum Vale", on July 10 through Firedoom Records. The CD is said to be "filled with emotional, dark and melodic doom metal [that] will surely add some extra darkness to your already miserable existence."
"Aeternum Vale" track listing (playing time 50:10):
01. The Light That Would Fade
02. Empire of the Fallen
03. The Faded Earth
04. Oblivion Upon Us
05. The Crawling Insects
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