Norway's BLOOD RED THRONE, featuring former EMPEROR / SATYRICON / EINHERJER bassist-turned-guitarist Tchort, are about to enter Dub Studios to begin work on their second full-length album, entitled Affiliated With The Suffering, for a late summer release through Hammerheart/The Plague Records. Among the tracks set to appear on the CD are the following:
01. A Dream of Death
02. Affiliated With the Suffering
03. Blood Pledge
04. Chaos Rising!
05. Unleashing Hell
06. Razor Jack
07. Gather the Dead
In other news, BLOOD RED THRONE will shortly release a mini-CD entitled A Taste For Blood, featuring three songs from the unreleased Deathmix 2000 demo, an unreleased tracks from the Nordic Metal II compilation (Necropolis Records), a bonus track (a cover of MASSACRE's "Cryptic Realms"), and a track from Monument Of Death. Also on the BLOOD RED THRONE front, the band have been confirmed to appear at the Quart Festival, which is scheduled to take place between July 2nd and 4th in Kristiansand, Norway. Other acts set to appear at the event RAMMSTEIN, SATYRICON, KHOLD, and LOWDOWN.
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