DARKTHRONE Prepare To Record New CD
Norwegian black metallers DARKTHRONE are scheduled to hold another rehearsal session in Oslo at the end of the month to complete the songwriting process for their forthcoming CD, which they hope to record at the end of the year for a February 2003 release through Moonfog Records.
The album, which apparently no longer carries the working title of Leper Unction, will contain such cuts as "Rust" and "Fucked Up And Ready To Die". According to a statement posted on the band's recently-launched official web, "the new album seems to develop into another state of soul-binding art (at least for us it is), black & white album design, dark-edge primitive metal. This time around we'll make sure that we show everybody where we will stand in the future…As already everybody knows, DARKTHRONE stands for nothing 'new and fresh', prog-metal is a totally different musical world for us, we live and breathe for the real thing."
In other news, DARKTHRONE's Goatlord album will be released on limited edition vinyl later this year. The album will include a gatefold sleeve and will contain liner notes written by Fenriz.
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