Swedish death metallers NOMINON will have their latest album, "Recremation", released on cassette format via Colombia's Trauma Records in December. The cassette edition will be limited to 1,000 copies and will contain 11 songs, including a re-recording of the track "Servants of the Moonlight" from the group's debut album, "Diabolical Bloodshed" (laid down during the "Recremation" sessions last January). "Another special and limited CD release is also under production right now for the same label as well, which will be released more or less at the same time as the cassette," the band write on their web site. "More information on that release will follow in the next couple of days.""Recremation" was issued earlier in the year via Konqueror Records (CD) and Blood Harvest Records (12-inch vinyl). The album was recorded and mixed at Necromorbus Studio in Stockholm with engineer Tore Stjerna.
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