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Dantalion has posted the band's fourth album "Return to Deep Lethargy" online, which can be heard through the player below or over at Bandcamp here.
The band comments on the album: "Dealing with death, humanity's decadence, angst, sorrow, emptiness,... this new opus contains 6 new tracks in 45 minutes of atmospheric and melancholic black metal."
The track listing is as follows: More...
Spanish metal act Dantalion has issued the following announcement about releasing a new album:
"Dantalion announces the forthcoming release of their fourth full length album! After several months of hard work, Dantalion has finally finished the preparations for their new album which will be entitled 'Return to Deep Lethargy.'
"Dealing with death, humanity's decadence, angst, sorrow, emptiness... this new opus contains 6 new tracks in 45 minutes of atmospheric and melancholic black metal. From an initial release of 1500 copies, the first 500 will come in a limited special edition with Katatonia's classic 'Murder' as bonus track. 'Return to Deep Lethargy' was again recorded in B2V Studios with Brais Barreiro and, this time, mastered by Sverker Widgren in Sweden's Necromorbus Studios.
"The new album will be soon released by the Swedish label Unexploded Records, known for their previous works with acts such as Blodsrit, Gravdal, Krohm, Bergraven, Pagan Rites... You can watch a promo video with footage taken during the recording sessions of 'Return to Deep Lethargy' visiting Dantalion's youtube channel." More...
Spanish black metal act Dantalion has checked in with the following announcement about a limited edition re-release of the band's "Call of the Broken Souls" album, which also features a Bathory cover:
"Dantalion announces the official re-release of their second album, 'Call of the Broken Souls,' with Mexican label Concreto Records. After finishing the first pressing of the album, Concreto Records launches this re-release (as well as they did with 'When the Ravens Fly Over Me') in a limited edition of 500 copies, with a cover of Bathory's 'Enter the Eternal Fire' as bonus track.
Don't lose your opportunity to get a copy of this release!
"There's also copies left of Dantalion's most recent album, 'All Roads Lead to Death,' released by Xtreem Music. For orders, booking, promotion or any kind of info about the band, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org."
Sample Dantalion tracks are available for streaming by navigating to the band's official MySpace music profile.
Spanish black metal act Dantalion has issued the following update about releasing a new album and streaming new material online:
"Today comes out long awaited Dantalion's third album. 'All Roads Lead to Death,' released through Xtreem Music, contains 8 songs where the band takes further all the elements present in previous works. With a top notch sound courtesy of Brais Barreiro in B2V Studios and with the expert hand of Dan Swanö behind the mastering, the new album means a new dimension in the evolution of Dantalion.
"Together with the new album, there's a t-shirt available through the band's contact addresses or through Xtreem Music's catalogue. If you want to hear something more from 'All Roads Lead to Death,' you can do it at the band's MySpace page."
You can also catch Dantalion live on the following dates:
10/23 2010 Profundis Tenebrarum + Bloodoline + Tetraplegium - Laudio Metal, Araba, SPAIN
11/20 2010 Avulsed + Dantalion - Sala Mondo Vigo, Pontevedra, SPAIN
Holocausto Canibal is set to perform at Portugal's Metal Coura III festival, which takes place on Saturday, September 4th, 2010. Other confirmed acts include Omission, Killem, Switchtense, Decrepidemic, The Spektrum, Dantalion, and Cold Ones. The running order and promotional poster for the festival can be found at this location.
Xtreem Music has issued the following update about inking a record deal with Spanish black metallers Dantalion:
"Xtreem Music is proud to announce the signing of one of Spain's most prominent Black Metal bands called Dantalion. After having released two albums in '06 & '08 through German label Det Germanske Folket and having gained a respectful reputation, the band has now finished the recordings for their 3rd full length entitled 'All Roads Lead to Death' which will be released in October 2010.
"This new album was recorded at Oceano Studios & BV2 Studios and then mastered in Sweden at famous Unisound Studios by Dan Swano. 'All Roads Lead to Death' has an excellent and original cover art as well as a great overall layout and means a definite improvement in the band's musical direction of aggressive yet melodic and melancholic Black Metal displaying 8 mature and varied compositions in a total of 56 minutes."