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Wallachia has posted a new song online, which can be heard below, and the band also comments:
"New song 'Crossing the Oceans of Time' is now also available to find on the Bandcamp page. This is a very rough pre-production of one of the songs for the upcoming album featuring Lars Stavdal: All guitars and Paal André Sandnesmo: Orchestra & drums."
The title, artwork, and full track listing of Wallachia's upcoming third full-length album have now been unveiled. The album will be available on CD this coming November 16th (January 8th 2013 in North America), and a teaser trailer can be viewed below. The following press release was also issued:
"Recorded, mixed & mastered at Soundtempel Studios, 'Shunya' is an introspective, instantly-accessible Metal album that stays faithful to the epic-sounding natural rawness that has been Wallachia's trademark since the mid-90s. Artwork was crafted by Romanian artist Laura Sava."
1. Dual Nothingness
2. Gloria In Excelsis Ego
4. Enlightened By Deception
6. Nostalgia Among The Ruins Of Common Sense
7. Harbinger Of Vacuumanity
8. Emotional Ground Zero More...
Debemur Morti Productions has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Norway's Wallachia for the release of a new album:
"For those of you who remember the amazing French label Velvet Music International, you might be familiar with Blut Aus Nord's hitherto label-brothers Wallachia.
"Emerging from the mind of Lars Stavdal in 1992, the one-man project has released a demo and two albums since then. The latest, 'Ceremony Of Ascension' (2009), presented a pretty modern face of Wallachia and received a warm reception from fans.
"Having inked a deal with Debemur Morti Productions, Lars is currently working on the third album, 'Shunya.'"
According to Lars, "'Shunya' is a very personal and gloomy record for me, taking more inspiration from my own life and experiences rather than exterior subjects. It dives further into the melancholic sound of Wallachia and contains a lot of bleak atmosphere. At the same time, it's faster and rawer. I'm enthusiastic about the songs and about the co-operation with Debemur Morti Productions."
Recording will take place in July at Stefan Traunmüller's Soundtempel Studio, with the album set for release by the end of the year.