LEGIONES To Release Seven-Inch EP

Trondheim, Norway-based black metal band LEGIONES will release a seven-inch EP in the spring via Duplicate Records. The songs "Threat Of Captivity" and "Against Judah" are taken from the band's self-titled demo, which was released in a strictly limited DVD-cover edition (50 copies) by the band, and has been remastered for this release. The lyrics are taken from the Old Testament, portraying the brutality of religion. The music is black metal of the highest order. Renowned designer Robert Høyem (At The Ends Of The Earth Design), who has previously worked with SLAGMAUR and SHINING, has provided the visual aesthetic.

LEGIONES' new EP will be limited to 500 copies. A very limited special edition in a customized box containing the EP and a few extra items will also be available, and will be the first part of a series of collectors' editions from the band. More details to follow.

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