RUNEMAGICK Commence Work On New Material

Swedish "dark death metal" act RUNEMAGICK have commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to this year's "Darkness Death Doom". "So far there are home demo versions of nine new songs," the band write on their official web site. "Now we will start to rehearse and develop the songs at our rehearsal place. We will also continue to write new material. We want to have a lot of material to choose from when we will enter Magick Sound Studio, probably during the coming winter."

Among the tracks set to appear on the as-yet-untitled effort are:

01. Monolithic Death
02. Triumphant Darkness
03. The Doomsday Scythe
04. Sepulchral Aeons
05. Celestial Purgatory
06. Postmortem Emperor

An early 2004 release through Aftermath Music is expected.


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