COR SCORPII Completes Work On Debut Album

Norwegian extreme metal band COR SCORPII has completed work on its debut album, "Monument", due in late February via Descent Productions. The CD was recorded and mixed at TopRoom studio (BORKNAGAR, MAYHEM, TRISTANIA) by Borge Finstad and it was mastered by at Tailor Maid Productions (DIMMU BORGIR, KATATONIA, DARK TRANQUILLITY).

"Monument" track listing:

01. Ei fane svart
02. Endesong
03. I, the damned
04. Our fate, our curse
05. Helvetesfossen
06. Oske og innsikt
07. Kjettar
08. Bragder i stein

A preview of the album's opening track, "Ei Fane Svart", is available on the band's MySpace page. The artwork was created by Stephen Paul Green.

COR SCORPII was formed in late 2004 from the ashes of WINDIR, which was disbanded after the tragic death of Terje "Valfar" Bakken earlier that year. In 2005 the band recorded and released it first, and only, demo, "Attergangar". The demo was highly praised by both fans and press, and was named "Demo of the Month" in Metal Hammer Germany.


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