ELVENKING: 'Two Tragedy Poets' Audio Samples Available

Italian folk metallers ELVENKING will release their new acoustic album, "Two Tragedy Poets (...And A Caravan Of Weird Figures)", in Europe on November 14 via AFM Records. The CD will be released in digipack and jewel case formats and will be preceded by an Internet-only single.

"Two Tragedy Poets (...And A Caravan Of Weird Figures)" track listing:

01. The Caravan Of Weird Figures
02. Another Awful Hobs Tale
03. From Blood To Stone
04. Ask A Silly Question
05. She Lives At Dawn
06. The Winter Wake (acoustic version)
07. Heaven Is A Place On Earth
08. My Own Spider's Web
09. Not My Final Song
10. The Blackest Of My Hearts
11. The Wanderer (acoustic version) (digipack bonus track)
12. Miss Conception
13. My Little Moon
14. Skywards 2008 (Japan bonus track)

Internet-only single track listing:

01. From Blood To Stone
02. The Perpetual Knot (acoustic version) (exclusive non-album track)
03. The Winter Wake (acoustic version)

Audio clips of six tracks from "Two Tragedy Poets (...And A Caravan Of Weird Figures)" are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

ELVENKING's latest album, "The Scythe", was released in Europe in September 2007 via AFM Records.

The band has released the video for its song "The Divided Heart". The clip was shot with director Mirco Andreis (ELDRITCH, MACBETH, DISARMONIA MUNDI) and can be viewed below.

"The Scythe" was mixed at Sonic Pump Studios in Helsinki, Finland. The mastering took place on April 10 at Finnvox Studios with Mika Jussila and Nino Laurenne.

"The Scythe" features a guest appearance on two tracks by Swedish guitarist Mike Wead (KING DIAMOND, MERCYFUL FATE, MEMENTO MORI, FIREGOD, ABSTRAKT ALGEBRA, CANDLEMASS).

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