EPPING FOREST Prepares To Release Debut
Portuguese blackened death metal band EPPING FOREST will release its debut album, "Everblasting Struggle", soon through Sweden's Unexploded Records. According to a press release, the group's music is reminiscent of "the Scandinavian essence that provides the listener with an intense trip throughout the ten tracks and all their darkest Norse, Egyptian and classical Greek mythology."
EPPING FOREST features "one of the fastest Portuguese drummers" in the shape of Menthor, who is also a member of CORPUS CHRISTII and MORBIUS.
"Everblasting Struggle" track listing:
01. The Breath of Leaves
02. Merging of Body and Soul
03. Bad Omen
04. Battle of Ragnarok
05. Everblasting Struggle
06. March of the Deceased
07. Epping Forest
08. Devouring Soul
09. Sphinx's Riddle
10. The Breath of Fire
Check out audio samples at www.myspace.com/eppingforest.
EPPING FOREST is:
Azrael - Vokills/Bass
Mysticcosmos - Rhythm/Lead Guitar
Noctis Lunariis - Keyboards and Synthesizers
Menthor - Drums/Percussion
Watch footage of EPPING FOREST performing the song "Merging of Body and Soul":
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