Irish doom metal act MOURNING BELOVETH have posted the following message on their official web site:"Grau [Records] will release the new album ['A Murderous Circus'] on March 29th. Pre orders are being taken for the limited-edition double digipack which contains the two extra songs, 'Disintegrate' and a re-recording of 'Part 1'. The digipack also contains a live recording from our set in Vera on the DSR tour 2004. Promos have just been sent around to the various magazines and some very positive feedback so far. "The album sounds very heavy and dark and is probably the most diverse MOURNING BELOVETH album to date, as we are sure you have heard from the samples posted recently, however the samples had to be taken down due to the huge increase in traffic to the site. We should have samples of all the albums up very soon including footage from our DSR show in April 2004. "Reaction to the new album so far has been very positive form the press. The artwork is complete and looks amazing and we should have some samples up soon. It is very apt for our first release on Grau as grey is the colour that dominates throughout the album and artwork. "We are now busy rehearsing the new material and are confirmed for Dutch Doom Day which will take place in De Baroeg, Rotterdam on Saturday, October 1st . Fellow Irish doomsters WRECK OF THE HESPERUS will join us for this gig. We are also confirmed for a gig in Paris on April 14th with MAR DE GRISES and ATARAXIE and are very close to confirming some shows in Scandinavia for May and October. In Ireland we are confirmed for Day for Darkness 2005 and May 7th sees SCALD and us lining up with PRIMORDIAL in Whelan's, Dublin."
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