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Foscor and Krv Put Together Split CD

Black Metallers FOSCOR, one of the very few bands of any genre who occasionally sing in their native Catalan language, has released a split CD with the Bosnian band KRV. Entitled "The Burial's Flavours," the CD contains 11 tracks total and is available on the Polish Diachell Muzik label.

KRV’s contribution contains 4 tracks of pure Slavic Black Metal recorded during May/June of 2008. FOSCOR’s 7 tracks are made up of four tracks taken from the 2006 "Narrow is the Path to Darkness" EP, which was previously available only as a self-released promo, the tracks being different versions to the ones available on the band’s second full-length release “The Smile of the Sad Ones.” Also included is an exclusive intro, and two bonus live tracks, recorded during the FOSCOR’S appearance at "Black Metal is Rising IV," in Paris in May of this year.

The full track-listing as follows:

I. Noc kada je ustao Crt
II. Okovi od leda
III. U plamenu vatre
IV. Kroz polja Slavije

I. Melangia – intro
II. Life's Death Code
III. El Palau dels Plors
IV. The Smile of the Sad Ones
V. L'Ombra de l'Adicció
VI. The Smile of the Sad Ones (live bonus track)
VII. L'Ombra de l'Adicció (live bonus track)

FOSCOR is currently in the process of writing and working on their third release. No studio date has yet been set, but the band is hoping to enter the studio to begin recording during the early part of 2009.

Samples from "The Burial's Flavours" can be heard on FOSCOR’s MySpace page.

Watch the official video for "I Tornà de les Cendres" from FOSCOR’S album, "The Smile of the Sad Ones" below. More...

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