MÖRKER Begins Recording New Album

Swedish black metallers MÖRKER have finished recording all the instruments for their upcoming album. The CD will contain 12 songs and almost 50 minutes of music. A late 2007 release is expected.

MÖRKER recently uploaded a brand new song at their MySpace page. The recording — which features only drums and guitars — is unmixed and unmastered and can be heard at this location (click on "New Song" in the audio player).

According to the band's official bio, the new era of MÖRKER was launched in late winter of 2004 by Ascaroth (vocals), Larssa (synthesizers) and Grimner (guitar and bass). They started to write songs for their first demo, "Den Sista Utfärden", which was released in April 2005. The demo was later issued as a MCD by the German label Northern Silence Productions, and it was also released on tape by two different labels. A full-length album, "Skuggornas Rike", was recorded February-April 2006 and was released last July on Northern Silence Productions.


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