NEGURA BUNGET Records New Song For CODE666 RECORDS Compilation
NEGURA BUNGET, the Romanian band that incorporates elements of black metal, progressive metal, folk metal and dark ambient, has recorded a new song for inclusion on Code666 Records' compilation "Better Undead Than Alive II". Entitled "Cumpana (Balance/Ordeal)", the track was laid down at Negura MUSIC studio and is the first composition to be written by the band's new lineup:
Corb - Guitars/Vocals
Spin - Guitars
Gadinet - Bass
Inia Dinia - Keyboards
Ageru Pamanatului - Vocals/Pipes/Percussions/Xylophone
Negru - Drums/Percussions
NEGURA BUNGET will support SATYRICON on a European tour in December. Also scheduled to appear are SHINING and DARK FORTRESS.
Fan-filmed video footage of NEGURA BUNGET's performance at this year's edition of the Hole In The Sky festival (a.k.a. Bergen Metal Fest X) — which was held August 25-29 in Bergen, Norway — can be viewed below.
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