Norwegian black metallers KEEP OF KALESSIN will release their brand new mini-album, titled "Reclaim", on December 1 in Norway through FaceFront Records. The rest of the European continent will receive the CD on January 19, 2004.The group's first release since 1999's "Agnen: A Journey Through The Dark" (Avantgarde), "Reclaim" (5 tracks, 27 minutes) features original member Obsidian C. (a.k.a. Arnt Grønbech) on guitars/bass/synth, Frost (a.k.a. Kjetil Haraldstad, SATYRICON) on drums and Attila Chisar (ex-MAYHEM, ABORYM) on vocals. The album has already been described as a new milestone in Norwegian black metal by the Norwegian press. "Reclaim" will be available through The End mail-order from early January for the U.S. territory.
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