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Below is our complete Lantlos news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
German blackgaze/post-rock act Liam (featuring Herbst from the band Lantlos) has posted the previously unreleased "MMIX" album online for streaming, which can be heard in the player below. The band also commented:
"In summer 2009 after we finished school, we recorded a few songs in our rehearsal room before we all moved to different cities.
"We never actually finished the productions and now - 3 years later - realized that we will not have the opportunity again to make music together. So we decided to upload the tracks for you nevertheless. We hope you can enjoy the songs." More...
Lantlos has posted presentation video clips online showcasing the artwork and layout for the special edition, vinyl, and regular CD version of the band's new album "Agape." You can check out the clips below. Lantlos also recently posted the entire album online for streaming, which is available here.
The new Lantlos album "Agape" dropped today in Europe, and all the tracks from the album are now available for streaming through the Prophecy Productions YouTube page. You can check out the album in the YouTube playlist below. More information on Lantlos can be found through the band's Facebook profile.
The "Agape" track listing is as follows:
3. Bloody Lips and Paper Skin
4. You Feel Like Memories
5. Eribo - I Collect the Stars
Back in 2005, Alcest released a two song EP called “Le Secret,” a gem that eventually would cause a stir in the hornet nest that is the black metal community. If you didn't gather by the title, Alcest is a French band, and one masterminded by front-man Neige. With a strong pedigree in the French black metal scene, Neige was a musician who not only came forward in the 00s with multiple acts in Alcest and Amesoeurs, but also made contributions to essential French albums from the likes of Mortifera and Peste Noire. While Norway and the adjacent Scandinavian realms are often thought of as the wintery fortress of black metal, the French have long held their own with a melancholic and melodic take on the genre including the infamous Les Légions Noires whom you can read about in a previous Metal Underground Sunday Old School article.
So, what was so special about Neige’s little two song EP? Well for one it wasn’t little at all. It was nearly 30 minutes long and an infusion of 90s shoegaze, post-rock, and perfectly distilled black metal. More...
In addition to Negura Bunget's "Focul Viu," the re-release of Lantlôs' self-titled debut by Lupus Lounge/Prophecy Productions has been postponed for two weeks in Europe. The release dates for North America are not affected, however. "Lantlôs" will now be re-issued with bonus tracks on the following dates:
March 25th (in Germany/Austria)
March 28th (in other European countries)
April 5th (in North America)
This re-release in a super jewel case will contain a bonus CD with the tracks of the extremely rare demo "Îsern Himel," two previously unreleased demo recordings of "Kalte Tage" (instrumental) and "Þinaz Andawlitjam," as well as the equally unreleased song "Farbensturm."
"Lantlôs" can from now on be pre-ordered from Prophecy's online shop. All pre-ordered "Lantlôs" 2CDs and all copies for Prophecy club members will be handsigned by Herbst.
Germany's Lantlôs has issued the following announcement about re-releasing it's debut self-titled album:
"On March 11th, the self-titled debut album by Lantlôs which has been sold out for a few months is going to be re-released by Lupus Lounge / Prophecy Productions. This re-release in a super jewel case will contain a bonus CD with the tracks of the extremely rare demo 'Îsern Himel,' two previously unreleased demo recordings of 'Kalte Tage' (instrumental) and 'Þinaz Andawlitjam,' as well as the equally unreleased song 'Farbensturm.' Apart from that, the booklet includes not only the lyrics, but also extensive liner notes by Herbst on the making of the album as well as previously unreleased band photos."
You can also check out the cover artwork for the release at this location.