Sweden's NAGLFAR Recording New Album

Swedish black metallers NAGLFAR have entered the studio to begin recording their sixth album, "Tras", for a late spring/early summer 2012 release via Century Media Records. According to a press release, fans should "expect nothing less than another prime example of infernal melodic black metal from the vanguards of the scene."

Prior to the new album release, NAGLFAR will issue a strictly limited seven-inch EP featuring one track taken from the upcoming CD as well as a second song exclusive to this single.

A limited-edition version of "Harvest", the 2007 album from NAGLFAR, contained a bonus DVD (featuring four professionally recorded live clips from the Party.San Open Air festival 2006, the video for the track "The Perpetual Horrors" as well as an interview with lead singer Kristoffer Olivius). The cover artwork was created by Travis Smith.


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