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Cruachan - Forthcoming Album's Title Changed


As reported previously, Irish-based metallers Cruachan had announced that their next studio album was supposed to be entitled Forest Songs. Now, they have decided to change it to The Living And The Dead. You can read their explanation below.

Statement from the group as follows: ''Guys, the new album will be called The Living And The Dead. We got the title wrong with 'forest songs' and decided to change it. The more we worked with the songs the more we realised the title didn't fit. We were putting down some vocals last night, the theme of the song, like all the songs on the album, involves death in some way and Mick, our producer turns to us and asks 'why is this called forest songs' ... that was the last straw haha. We had a few titles we were thinking of and The Living And The Dead was a close second, now we know it is the best title. Without realising it, we have made another concept album, and the theme is death .... death and rebirth. No release date yet, still in production.''




Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Cruachan
Posted: 11.05.2022 by Bad English


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12.05.2022 - 14:01
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Tage Westerlund
Updates:
Guest announcement! We're delighted to announce that Mathias 'Vreth' Lillmåns, vocalist with the legendary Finntroll, will perform some guest lead vocal duties on the new album.
Mathias is replacing Kelly from Atheist who was unable to take part due to touring commitments.
The song Mathias sings is called 'The Ghost' and is a continuation of the theme that runs through about four songs on the album - The Mother and Baby home atrocities of Ireland's Catholic pas




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