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Latest Valfeanor News
Below is our complete Valfeanor 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.
Austrian black metallers Valfeanor have today debuted the track “Kratores” from their upcoming album “The Eerie Constellation,” which is set for release on the 25th of March on Cursed Records. Check out the song in the player below.
The ten track album will be the third full-length release from the band, and marks a change in direction towards the more psychedelic end of the genre. “The Eerie Constellation” was recorded, mixed, and mastered at the Iratus Canor studios in Austria by Daniel Müller and produced by Valfeanor founder/front man Cardinalis Desderoth. Artwork is by Bernth Brodträger (Bled Dry, Ex-Belphegor session guitarist).
The track listing is as follows:
2. Lethe Jenseits
3. Lethe Diesseits
5. The Eerie Constellation
7. Chaos Nova
9. The Elegy And The Reverence
10. Postlude More...
Austrian black metallers Valfeanor will be releasing their sophomore album "Noreia" through Black Tower Productions. The track listing for the album is as follows:
2. Christian Eclipse
4. A Wintry Sea
5. Glacially Ancient Existence
7. Aeon Der Schatten
8. Soil of Wisdom
9. Region des Nebels und des Regens
Samples of Valfeanor's music can be found at their MySpace page.
En Ny Tid, the new album from the Austrian band VALFEANOR, saw it’s release this week on the Black Tower Productions Label. Written by founder member Desderoth, and produced by Greg Marboe of PUNGENT STENCH and HOLLENTHON, En Ny Tid is the band’s first release, and contains nine tracks of epic black metal, including haunting melodic instrumentals.
Aside from Desderoth on bass and vocals, the band comprises Anaroth on guitars, Mergol on drums and former VISIONS OF ATLANTIS keyboard player Christopher Kamper. The band is currently looking to expand its touring line up with an additional guitarist, and a session keyboard player to cover for Kamper, whose commitments make touring difficult for him. Given the complicated bass riffs used by the band, the possibility of using a session bass player is also being considered, in order to allow Desderoth to concentrate on the vocals. More...