SLAGMAUR's Original 'Domfeldt' Demo Released In Digipack Version

"Domfeldt", the third in the "Protocols of Fosen" trilogy from Norwegian black metallers SLAGMAUR, has now been re-released in digipack format by Inferna-Profundus under licence from the band's own label Nekk Brekk Productions.

The digipack version differs from the original demo with the guest track from Aptorian Demon having been replaced by a previously unreleased SLAGMAUR song that has never been heard before, and will include a new cut written by Lt. Wardr, especially for this edition. The digipack also has completely new artwork by the Norwegian artist Robert Høyem.

SLAGMAUR is a band known for using a variety of both classical and "metal" instruments that create layer upon layer of sinister sounds and eerie atmospheres, and defies any kind of categorisation within the black metal genre. Work on SLAGMAUR's next release, "Von Rov Shelter", is well underway, and it is anticipated that it will be finished late 2008 or early 2009. SLAGMAUR's creator General Gribbsphiiser, together with vocalist Aatselgribb, is also working on a new release from TRAGEDIENS TRONE.

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