NOCTUARY: 'Recollection' Due In August
After much delay, the release date of NOCTUARY's forthcoming album "Recollection" has been set for August 22, 2006 on Quadrivium Records. A pre-release has been scheduled for June directly through the California-based band and their label. The first copies will be available exclusively to subscribers of NOCTUARY's e-mail mailing list. "Recollection" will be available at all major retail chains in August. In support of the new album, NOCTUARY will be touring throughout the West Coast in June with scattered festival dates planned for later in the year. Full tour itinerary and information is available at www.noctuary.net.
"Recollections" track listing:
01. Recollections (instrumental intro)
03. Loss And Redemption
04. A Blissful Scorn
05. Black Angels Return
06. Forever Shrouded Within This World
07. Sorrow In Winter Darkness
08. Passage (instrumental)
09. A Tear's Descent From Heaven (live)
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