PECCATUM Set Release Date For 'Lost In Reverie'

PECCATUM, the Norwegian band featuring former EMPEROR frontman Ihsahn and his wife Ihriel, will release their new album, "Lost In Reverie", in Europe on April 19 through Mnemosyne Productions/Voices Music and Entertainment. A North American release through The End Records will follow on May 25.

The follow-up to 2001's "Amor Fati" was recorded and mixed at Symphonique studio and was produced and engineered by Ihriel and Ihsahn. Mastering duties were handled at Strype Audio by Tom Kvålsvoll.

"Lost In Reverie" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Desolate Ever After (mp3 clip)
02. In The Bodiless Heart
03. Parasite My Heart
04. Veils Of Blue
05. Black Star (mp3 clip)
06. Stillness
07. The Banks Of This River Is Night

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All music and words were written and performed by Ihriel and Ihsahn except: Drums and percussion by Knut Aalefjær on tracks 2, 3, 4 and 5. Additional vocals on tracks 3 and 5 by PZ and Einar Solberg.

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