EERIE: 'Funeral Mist' Promo Available For Free Download

EERIE, the Swedish gothic/doom metal band led by VANMAKT's Gorgoth (a.k.a. Tais), has made its entire "Funeral Mist" promotional demo available for free download via its MySpace page. According to Gorgoth, "the decision [to make the songs available for download] is made 'cause I dont want to re-record any of the songs for my album. I want to write new and even more gloomy songs! It's time for me to leave everything old behind and start a new era in my life." The three tracks are as follows:

01. Echoes of Despair
02. Of the Dark
03. My Darkness

According to EERIE's official bio, the band "was formed by Tais in 2007, but has grown inside his mind since 2003. The love for doom and gothic/metal has always been a big part of Tais' life, and since the first time he picked up the guitar to write a song it has been melancholic tunes that have arisen. That's why he has been playing in a lot of constellations with a direction against the melancholic and melodic goth/metal."


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