Roadrunner Records has reportedly set a November 3 European release date for the as-yet-untitled seventh album from the Norwegian black metallers SATYRICON.A previously unreleased SATYRICON song, "My Skin Is Cold", is included on the band's new EP of the same name, which will be issued on June 2 in most of Europe. The track was omitted from the final running order of the group's 2002 album "Volcano" and has remained unreleased up until this point. Joining those two tracks will be live versions of "Repined Bastard Nation" and "Mother North" that were recorded in Gjallarhorn and include members of the Oslo Philarmonic Orchestra and the Norwegian Broadcast Orchestra as well as "Live Through Me" and "Existential Fear-Questions", two tracks that were only released as bonus songs on the LP edition of "Volcano". "My Skin Is Cold" will be released on June 2 as a seven-inch gatefold vinyl single including a five-track CD. This will be the only physical version of the EP and the packaging is said to be "truly one of a kind!" SATYRICON is currently streaming a sample of the title track of the "My Skin Is Cold" EP on the splash page of the band's official web site. The EP will be relased via Roadrunner Records worldwide, except in Norway, where it will come out through SATYRICON's new partner, Indie Recordings. Fan-filmed video footage of SATYRICON performing the song "My Skin Is Cold" at the Inferno metal festival, whick took place March 19-22, 2008 in Oslo, Norway can be viewed below.
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