THE DUSKFALL To Release 'The Everlasting Shadows' Album Next Year

THE DUSKFALL To Release 'The Everlasting Shadows' Album Next Year

Swedish melodic death metal pioneers THE DUSKFALL will release their long-awaited sixth album, "The Everlasting Shadows", in 2019. The band is currently mixing and mastering the disc, with plans to reveal a teaser in the coming months.

THE DUSKFALL singer Mikael Sandorf says "The Everlasting Shadows" contains some of the group finest material to date.

Joining Sandorf in THE DUSKFALL's current lineup are Ronny Edlund on guitar, Jakob Björnfot on guitar, Anton Lindbäck on bass and Sebastian Lindgren on drums.

"The Everlasting Shadows" track listing:

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01. Entomb My Shadow
02. Golem
03. Nights At The Graves
04. As Our Days Are Dying
05. Knee Deep In The Grave
06. Legion
07. The Everlasting Shadows
08. World Of Lies
09. Peacemaker

The artwork was created by Gustavo Sazes and can be seen below.

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