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German gothic metal band Ewigheim is streaming the new song "Morgenrot." The song appears on the band's forthcoming third release "Bereue Nichts," which is scheduled for release on May 25, 2012 through Massacre Records.
Check out "Morgenrot" here:
Massacre Records has checked in with the following announcement about inking a deal with Ewigheim:
"Massacre Records are proud to announce the signing of the German dark metal legends EWIGHEIM!
"With the addition of Markus Stock (The Vision Bleak, Empyrium) as a full and third band member, the band of Allen B. Konstanz (The Vision Bleak) and Yantit (Eisregen) is now a trio!
"Following their cult albums 'Mord Nicht Ohne Grund' (2002) and 'Heimwege' (2004), they have finally finished their third studio album 'Bereue Nichts.'
"The new masterpiece will be released on May 25th and will be available as limited digipak with bonus track and as jewel case CD."
Further details on the band are available via the official Ewigheim Facebook profile.
Prophecy Productions has issued the following update about Ewigheim entering the studio to finish the recording process for "Bereue Nichts:"
"God rewards those who are patient ... and today, this means all those who have kept the faith in a third album by Ewigheim for seven years and have expedited its realization with their perseverance.
"Thus, Yantit and Allen B. Konstanz will enter the Studio E on the 24th of October to complete working on the successor to 'Heimwege' (2004) under the aegis of Markus Stock. The evil child will bear the name 'Bereue nichts' ('No Regrets') and includes ten tracks that are unaffected by any change."
Guitarist Yantit also stated: "It is autumn, you are getting sentimental. This sets a perfect scene to contemplate your own useless existence. As it still is our firm conviction that it is better to make a graceful exit than to struggle through a life devoid of sense and purpose, 'Bereue nichts' has long been overdue. Once more, it is nothing more or less than a musical thought impetus meant for the unstable, embittered, or clever ones amongst you ... Godspeed!"