HOLLENTHON: 'Opus Magnum' Release Date Confirmed

After issuing two critically acclaimed albums nearly a decade ago "Domus Mundi" (1999) and "With Vilest Of Worms To Dwell" (2001) Austrian symphonic extreme metal outfit HOLLENTHON is set to return on May 30 with the release of a new full-length CD. Entitled "Opus Magnum", the new effort will be made available via the Austrian record label Napalm Records will feature eight songs and a cover version, plus a video.

"Opus Magnum" tentative track listing (in no particular order):

01. Ars Moriendi
02. Of Splendid Worlds
03. Once We Were Kings
04. To Fabled Lands
05. Dying Embers
06. Misterium Babel
07. On The Wings Of A Dove
08. Son Of Perdition
09. The Bazaar (THE TEA PARTY cover) (limited edition only)
10. Son Of Perdition (video) (limited edition only)

Check out the "Opus Magnum" cover artwork at this location.

HOLLENTHON has been confirmed for this year's edition of Waldrock festival, set to take place July 5 in Burgum, The Netherlands.


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