"The Scarred People", the new video from Sweden's TIAMAT, can be seen below. The song is the title track of the band's tenth studio album, which will be released via Napalm Records on the following dates:
October 31 - Spain, Finland, Sweden, Greece
November 02 - Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg
November 05 - Rest of Europe
November 06 - USA/Canada
The CD was recorded at Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany with producer Siggi Bemm.
"The Scarred People" cover artwork, which was created by TIAMAT mainman Johan Edlund, can be seen below.
"The Scarred People" track listing:
01. The Scarred People 02. Winter Dawn 03. 384 - Kteis 04. Radiant Star 05. The Sun Also Rises 06. Before Another Wilbury Dies 07. Love Terrorists 08. Messinian Letter 09. Thunder & Lightning 10. Tiznit 11. Born To Die (digipack bonus track)
12. The Red Of The Morning Sun 13. Paradise (digipack bonus track)
14. Divided (live) (digipack bonus track)
15. Cain (live) (digipack bonus track)
A picture of the "The Scarred People" limited-edition box set (which includes a TIAMAT pendant) can be seen below.
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