THROUGH DARKNESS: Debut EP Available For Free Download

Portuguese extreme/progressive/melodic death metallers THROUGH DARKNESS have made their entire debut EP, "A Journey through Darkness", available for download at this location (.RAR file). The cover was created by JP Fournier (IMMORTAL, DRAGONFORCE, POWER QUEST) based on a concept created by the band. Check it out at this location.

The EP is divided in two parts: The first part (tracks 1-4) is based on personal struggles and consists of one introduction, two tracks and a finale. The second part (tracks 5-8) is inspired by Finnish mythology, with excerpts taken from the Kalevala. Like the first part of the EP, the second consists of one introduction, two tracks and a finale.

"A Journey through Darkness" track listing:

01. The Dawn - Dark Sun Rising
02. Alone
03. Eternal Winter
04. The Night - Walking Through Eternity
05. Kalevalian Tales - The Beginning
06. Vinminen
07. Ilmarinen
08. The End Of An Era - The Arrival Of Christian Men


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