ELIMI Completes Work On New Album

Swedish black metal band ELIMI has completed work on its new album, "Asylum", for an early 2010 release via De Tenebrarum Principio, the "sister label" to ATMF (Aeternitas Tenebrarum Music Foundation). The CD, which is said to be "a concept album with a psychical story," includes one song, "Asylum", which is divided into six chapters/tracks:

* Chapter One: Withered with Time
* Chapter Two: Don't Speak
* Chapter Three: Like Sulphur
* Chapter Four: Revenge
* Chapter Five: A Light
* Chapter Six: Alive, Dead

Check out audio samples at www.myspace.com/elimi.

ELIMI's debut album, "Summoned From Ashes", was released on CD in April 2008 through the Polish label Death Dealers Association. It was made available on MC in August 2008 by Ancient Dreams Records.

For more information, visit www.elimi.org.


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