OFFICIUM TRISTE: 'The Pathway' To Be Reissued With Bonus Tracks

Dutch "atmospheric doomsters" OFFICIUM TRISTE have issued the following update:

"Our label, Displeased Records, has decided to re-release our second album (the first we did for Displeased), 'The Pathway' [2001]. This re-release is remastered and contains five bonus tracks: 'Roses On My Grave' and 'Headstone' (CHORUS OF RUIN cover) from] the sold-out 2001 7" EP 'Roses On My Grave'; 'Divinity' of the 'Promo 2000' and two live tracks, 'Pathway (Of Broken Glass)' and 'Roses On My Grave', recorded at 013 Tilburg when we supported CANDLEMASS in 2002. The re-release will be out on October 28th!

In other news, "we have decided to make some live recordings from our past available for download the coming weeks. We have dug up some pretty cool live shows and decided to make them abvailable for download through our forum which is hosted by So check out our forum for the live material and join the discussions about us here."

OFFICIUM TRISTE's fourth full-length album, "Giving Yourself Away", was released on May 28 via Displeased Records. The CD was recorded at Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland.

OFFICIUM TRISTE live at Wapen Metal Meeting 2006:


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