MOONSORROW Offer 'Proof' That Internet Media Is 'Crappy Excuse For So-Called Journalism'
Finnish "epic heathen metallers" MOONSORROW have revealed that the previously announced title and track listing of their upcoming album was nothing more than a hoax. "[The false information] was [released] to piss anyone off, including the Internet 'media,' which proves that it's still nothing but a crappy excuse for so-called journalism (excluding some)," MOONSORROW guitarist/vocalist Henri Sorvali writes on the band's web site. "Even some Finnish 'medias' believed it, which is the most stupid thing ever. Please, feel free to be embarrassed."
Sorvali continues: "And now for something completely different: actual info for the album called 'Verisäkeet'. The album has four actual songs and an outro and will last about 65-70 minutes. The sound is a bit more harsh comparing to our previous efforts, but still extremely epic, even progressive at parts and has some influences of early black metal. I can honestly say that at least we like it very much. :) And yes, Blabbermouth and co (and all you other cheesy poofs): Here's the real deal:
MOONSORROW - "Verisäkeet":
An early 2005 release through the Spinefarm Records imprint Spikefarm is expected.
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