Throes of Ire
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Below is our complete Throes of Ire 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.
Throes Of Ire is currently offering all the band's previous releases on a name-your-price (or even free) basis at Bandcamp here, with latest EP "The Mourner's Cairn" also available for streaming below. Throes Of Ire comments:
"We hope everyone had an amazing New Year. Both of us took some time off for the holidays and to spend some time with family. We plan to get back to the grind and get vocals tracked for our second full length very, very soon!
"Be sure to check out 'The Mourner's Cairn' EP and download it for free at our official Bandcamp.
Be ready for some of the best writing we have done yet on 'The Caliginous Malediction' everyone. Thank you all for your continued support." More...
Throes Of Ire just released a teaser trailer for the recently announced EP, titled "The Mourners Cairn," which will be released before an unnamed full-length album later this year. A preview for the upcoming full-length can also be heard over at this location.
Throes Of Ire will release a new full-length album later this year, which is currently untitled. A teaser trailer has also been made available online featuring snippets of music from the impending release. Check it out below.
To hear more from Throes Of Ire, check out the song "Kursed" off the "Funeral For A Witch" EP over at this location.
Funeral doom outfit Throes of Ire has released a new 10 minute track titled "Kursed," which can be heard below. "Kursed" comes from the forthcoming EP "Funeral for a Witch," due out in January of 2014.
Death/funeral doom metal outfit Throes of Ire has posted a new track online for streaming. Check out "The Witch Voyage" in the YouTube player below. You can also find more info on the band over at Facebook.
Up from the ashes of 90's death/doom band Blood Legacy rises new act Throes Of Ire. To implement the birth of this new band, the original song "The Morrígan" and a cover of My Dying Bride's "Sear Me" were recorded and have now been posted online.