STORMING DARKNESS To Release Debut This Month
Russian black metal beast STORMING DARKNESS will release its debut full-length album, entitled "Sin-thesis", through U.S. label Knightmare Recordings. The CD will be released worldwide in late January directly from Knightmare, while distribution will be provided in the U.K. by Code 7/Plastic Head with a March 3 release date. Furthermore, Russian black metal label Orthodox Productions has licensed the LP for a limited pressing for distribution within the Russian/Baltic territories.
"Sin-thesis" track listing:
01. V. and R. Supreme Murderer Moral
02. Weaved of Worms
03. Awakening in Sin
04. Steps for Hell
05. Black Night of Soul / Eschatological Hallucinations
06. Necrofaith Song / Voiceless Decadence
07. Black Rapture and Furious Hunger of Darkness!
08. Sufferings in a Dreadful Passion
09. Return to Mother-Night
For more information, visit www.knightmarerecordings.com.
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