HARKONIN: New Album Details Revealed

HARKONIN, the St. Louis, Missouri-based "blackened war metal" act featuring former EULOGY drummer Clayton Gore, have revealed the track listing for their new album, "Ghanima", tentatively due mid-to-late August. The cover realisation by Clayton Gore can be seen at this location. This album is being mastered by Jarrett Pritchard at the Audio Spacing Guild. An unmastered version of the complete song "The Darkside Calls" has been made available for download here. The entire "Sermons of Anguish" album, released June of 2005, has been remixed for 2006 and will be added as bonus tracks to this release.

"Ghanima" track listing:

01. Mystic Gates of Sorrow
02. The Darkside Calls
03. L.ost C.ause
04. Epitaph
05. Hellspawn
06. Cult of Sin
07. Caligula
08. Nocturnal Rebirth
09. Sons of War

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