1349: 'Revelations Of The Black Flame' Artwork Preview, Release Date Available

Candlelight Records has set a May 25 U.K. release date for "Revelations Of The Black Flame", the new album from Norwegian black metallers 1349. A preview of the CD artwork is available below. As with both "Hellfire" (2005) and "Beyond the Apocalypse" (2004), the new album was recorded at StudioStudio Nyhagen in Bøverbru, Norway, and was co-mixed by none other than Tom Gabriel Fischer of CELTIC FROST.

HardTimes.ca conducted an interview with 1349 when the band played Montreal, Quebec, Canada on March 3, 2009. Watch the 23-minute chat below.

1349 released its third studio album, "Hellfire", in the U.S. in October 2005 via Candlelight Records. The CD was supported by a North American tour with CELTIC FROST.

(Thanks: Jonathon)


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