DARK FUNERAL: 'De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te Domine' Live Album To Receive U.S. Release

Candlelight USA and Regain Records have confirmed a May 31 U.S. release date for "De Profundis Clamavi ad te Domine", the long-awaited live album from Sweden's DARK FUNERAL.

Recorded during the band's successful 2003 tour of South America (including stops in Brazil, Chile and Colombia), "De Profundis Clamavi ad te Domine" features a selection of material that spans the band's decade-long career. Raw, fierce, evil — it captures the dark essence that is and always will be DARK FUNERAL. Released in Europe some time ago, the delayed release is sure to please the band's extensive U.S. fanbase.

"We are very excited to finally see the official release date of 'De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te Domine' in the U.S.," says guitarist Lord Ahriman. "Due to label problems it has been a long time since we've been active for the U.S. market. However, things are finally changing for the better. We want our fans to know that we are gearing up for a killer year that will not only include this release but a new record, video, DVD and worldwide touring."

Currently working on material for their next opus, DARK FUNERAL's "De Profundis Clamavi ad te Domine" is a rest stop on a recording legacy that continues to impress. DARK FUNERAL currently features vocalist/bassist Emperor Magnus Caligula, guitarist Lord Ahriman, guitarist Chaq Mol, and drummer Matte Modin.


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