WODENSTHRONE Recording New Album In Romania

The UK's WODENSTHRONE recently traveled to Negura Studios in Romania for the recording of its debut full-length release for Bindrune Recordings entitled "Loss". Helming the sessions are members of NEGURA BUNGET, who will be producing and engineering the album.

Due to be completed in the next two weeks, "Loss" will feature the following track listing:

01. Fyrgenstréam
02. Leódum on Lande
03. Heófungtid
04. Those That Crush the Roots of Blood
05. Black Moss
06. Upon These Stones
07. Pillar of the Sun
08. That Which is Now Forgotten – 597

With atmospheric artwork and design provided by Moga from Kogaion Art, "Loss" "will surely embrace the true spirit of an ancient Pagan England both in look and epic sound," according to a press release.

For a candid glimpse into the recording session, the band is documenting this event with a blog that features pictures and video clips.


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