Naglfar - Finishes Recording New Album

Swedish black metal titans Naglfar have finished recording their new album, "Harvest", tentatively due in early 2007 via Century Media Records. The band has issued the following update:

"Of course there were plenty of problems, including a broken guitar amp. But finally the guitars and vocals are done, thus making us ready for the mixing of the album. We'll start with this on Monday the 26th of November. Some changes and additions have been made in the songs so the final and offical tracklist will be posted [on the band's official web site] soon."

"Harvest" will tentatively include the following "attacks of audial terror" (in no particular order):

01. Into the Black
02. Prayer of Cain
03. The Way of the Rope
04. Harvest
05. Feeding Moloch
06. The Mirrors of My Soul
07. Wargod
08. Plutonium Reveries
09. Odium Generis Humani

Naglfar's latest album, "Pariah", is available now on Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Sheol" was previously described in a Century Media press release as "a flawless work of iniquitous hell-spawned art filled with raging guitar riffs, bludgeoning drums, demonic vocals, that combine with haunting melodies to capture hell's eternal depravity."

Band profile: Naglfar
Posted: 22.11.2006 by Insineratehymn


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22.11.2006 - 21:12
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Fucking awesome! Can hardly wait for some great meloblack once again.
22.11.2006 - 23:03
It was a sad moment when Jens Rydén left the band, but Pariah kept their high quality, I sure hope this one does to, looking forward to this very much!

22.11.2006 - 23:14
so the voicals are still Olivius job ?
I ask because I read somewhere that Ryden was coming back in the end of 06 / begining of 07...
22.11.2006 - 23:32
I hope Olivius is still on vocals, i thought he was great on the last album.
23.11.2006 - 14:22
Angel of Lust
Yeah I agree, Olivius was incredible in Pariah!
Hope in another great album, Naglfar is an amazing band!

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