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Below is our complete Monarque 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.

Sorcier Des Glaces Reveals Split Details

Sorcier Des Glaces will be releasing a split album with Monarque via Obscure Abhorrence. You can check out a teaser trailer for the release after the jump and the band commented:"

"Sorcier Des Glaces recorded 4 songs at Hell Studio, in the same session we recorded The Puressence of Primitive Forests in 2010! Listen to a teaser by below. Enjoy!"

The track listing is as follows:

1- Sorcier Des Glaces - Macabre Sunset over the Northland
2- Sorcier Des Glaces - A Blaze in the Northern Sky (Darkthrone cover)
3- Sorcier Des Glaces - Unholy Path to Immortality
4- Sorcier Des Glaces - The (Night) Throne (feat. Monarque on vocals)
5- Monarque - Le feu et le Sang
6- Monarque - Éloge de la Malveillance
7- Monarque - Sacrifice (Bathory cover) More...

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Monarque Posts "Vigor Mortis" Teaser

Canadian black metallers Monarque have announced the release of an upcoming limited edition vinyl EP titled "Vigor Mortis." A teaser for the release is available below, and the band commented:

"'Vigor Mortis' is a collector item that will be available in mid-2012 in a very limited quantity. It will be released by the Swiss label Profane Wax! It is a 8" vinyl with original artwork, a track from our latest demo, as well as a tribute to Mayhem. Check out this page for info concerning the official release date later this year!"

The track listing is as follows:

A - Vigor Mortis (demo tape 2011 version)
B - Deathcrush (Mayhem cover) More...

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Sorcier Des Glaces Announces New Releases

Canada's Sorcier Des Glaces has checked in with the following update about the band's upcoming releases in the new year:

"Here's the upcoming releases from Sorcier Des Glaces for 2012:

1) split album with MONARQUE (January)
2) Snowland Reprise MMXII (March)
3) Ritual of the End (probably around December)

"Until then happy new year 2012 to all! Snow and Metal be with you!"

You can also listen to Sorcier Des Glaces' music by heading over to the band's official MySpace music profile here.

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Monarque Working On New Album

Canadian black metal act Monarque has issued the following announcement about working on a new album to see release next year:

"Monarque is now focusing on composing/recording material for the next album that will be released before mid-2012.

"No gigs are planned before the release of this new opus. You will be able to hear new material this winter through alliances with Sorcier Des Glaces and Crépuscule! 666!"

Previously posted live footage of Monarque performing the song "Vigor Mortis" is still available at this location, or more information on Monarque can be found via Facebook.

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Monarque Performs New Song Live

Quebec based black metal act Monarque has posted footage online of the band performing the new song "Vigor Mortis." You can check out the live clip below, which was taken from Monarque's set during the Messe des Morts festival, at Les Katacombes in Montréal on November 25th, 2011. For further details on Monarque and the band's upcoming live appearances, head over to the group's Facebook profile. More...

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Sorcier Des Glaces Finishing Split Album

Canadian black metal act Sorcier des Glaces has issued the following announcement about working on a split album with Monarque:

"We are putting the final touch for the split Sorcier Des Glaces / Monarque album!!! The album will be release via Obscure Abhorrence, we will tell you soon the release date. It's a diabolical cooperation, you will hear what true evil sounds like!"

In the mean time, you can check out Sorcier des Glaces music available for streaming online through the band's MySpace page here.

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