Vader - New Album Release Date Confirmed


Vader fans are probably eager to listen to their new album Tibi Et Igni. Well, today it was confirmed that the Polish death metal legends have just finished recording the follow up to their 2011 album, Welcome To The Morbid Reich. The new album is set to be released on May 30th, 2014 via Nuclear Blast. The band recorded the album at Hertz Studio in Bialystok (Poland) and it was produced by Wojtek and Slawek Wiesawski.

The band commented: "The Fire was released! The word made flesh and new Vader album - Tibi Et Igni - is done! We were working four weeks in Hertz Studio between December and February. 10 brand new songs plus 4 bonus tracks are recorded and ready for YOU. Two songs in special mix versions shall be released as 7'' yet in April. The whole album at the end of May. In April and May Vader and Nuclear Blast are preparing some videos to close up the process of work and the album itself. Be ready for interviews and other surprises until Tibi Et Igni will be in your hands. The absolute heaviest Vader album in the history! Demons are knocking to your door now \m/"

Stay tuned for more details soon.

Source: nuclearblast.de
Band profile: Vader
 
Posted: 07.03.2014 by BloodTears


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07.03.2014 - 18:45
Arcesse Eum
'For you and the fire'
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07.03.2014 - 18:52
Hellcult
And that's a gooood news!
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07.03.2014 - 19:56
Daniell
No, you don't
Written by Arcesse Eum on 07.03.2014 at 18:45

'For you and the fire'


That Latin quote was used centuries ago. It meant "burn after reading".
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07.03.2014 - 23:22
Arcesse Eum
Written by Daniell on 07.03.2014 at 19:56

Written by Arcesse Eum on 07.03.2014 at 18:45

'For you and the fire'


That Latin quote was used centuries ago. It meant "burn after reading".


OH! Now it makes sense - literally it makes no sense, but in that context it makes sense... "for your eyes then for the fire"
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