Austrian symphonic extreme metal outfit HOLLENTHON will release a new EP, "Tyrants and Wraiths", on the following dates:
Oct. 28 - Finland, Spain
Oct. 30 - Benelux, France, Italy, Sweden
Nov. 02 - Rest of Europe
Nov. 03 - Canada
Nov. 17 - USA
"Tyrants and Wraiths" features four new tracks and two live videos from last year's Graspop Metal Meeting in Dessel, Belgium.
The track listing is as follows:
01. Tyrants and Wraiths
02. Innocent Sin
03. Deathly Dirges
04. Of Hollow Men
05. On the Wings of a Dove (video; live at Graspop Metal Meeting 2008)
06. Ars Moriendi (video; live at Graspop Metal Meeting 2008)
HOLLENTHON's latest album, "Opus Magnum", was released in June 2008 via the Austrian record label Napalm Records. The CD features eight songs and a cover version, plus a video.
HOLLENTHON issued two critically acclaimed albums nearly a decade ago — "Domus Mundi" (1999) and "With Vilest Of Worms To Dwell" (2001).
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