WRATHAGE Prepares To Record Debut Album
Finnish black metallers WRATHAGE will enter the studio in November to begin recording their full-length debut, "Crawlspace Antipathy", tentatively due in early 2007 release via an as-yet-undetermined label. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include (in no particular order):
01. Walking To Death
02. The Abscess
03. The Retrieval
04. Black Movement Conspiracy
05. Hic Sunt Diabolos
06. As Night Falls
07. The Mercury Insolence
10. Glory Black
Commented the band: "Some of you might have noticed the familiar songtitles and yes some of those tracks have been made earlier but are now completely re-done and way more interesting."
The original version of "As Night Falls" can be downloaded from www.mikseri.net.
WRATHAGE previously participated in the IMMORTAL tribute album, "Epimythion - Tribute to Immortal", which was expected to be released via Greece's Townsend Avalanche Music. WRATHAGE recorded the song "Through the Halls of Eternity" from IMMORTAL's legendary "Battles in the North" album.
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