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Ava Inferi Releases Final Song "Ao Teu Lado"

Portuguese doom metal band Ava Inferi has premiered "Ao Teu Lado," a new track taken from the "One And All, Together, For Home" compilation. The track is streaming below, courtesy of Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles.

"Ao Teu Lado" marks the final chapter in Ava Inferi's storied career, as the band has announced this will be the last recording it ever releases.

Due out May 23rd (5/27 in North America) via Season of Mist, "One And All, Together, For Home" is a compilation of bands recording folk and acoustic tracks. Regarding the new Ava Inferi song, guitarist Rune Ericksen comments:

"Ao Teu Lado is inspired by traditional Portuguese music known as Fado, which means fate. Both the melody and lyrics of Ao Teu Lado are rooted within the Fado style. The title translates as By Your Side and true to this intimate genre it is a kind of love song with a dramatic ending."

The compilation's full track listing is as follows:

CD 1
PRIMORDIAL (Ireland) - "Dark horse on the wind"
DRUDKH (Ukraine) - "Forgotten Lullaby"
HAIVE (Finland) - "Ei Kuule Emo Minua" *
KAMPFAR (Norway) - "En Hymne Til Urd"
WINTERFYLLETH (England) - "Abbots Brommley Horn Dance"
WINTERFYLLETH (England) - "John Barleycorn"
MONDOVOLLAND (Netherlands) - "Montferland I" (with Folkcorn)
MONDOVOLLAND (Netherlands) - "Montferland II"
HIMINBJORG (France) - "Esprit De Brave"

CD 2
WINTERFYLLETH - (England) - The Three Ravens
KAMPFAR (Norway) - Bannsull
DRUDKH (Ukraine) - Dovbush
MONDOVOLLAND (Netherlands) - Montferland III
AVA INFERI (Portugal) - Ao Teu Lado
HAIVE (Finland) - Ukon On Tulinen Turkki
HAIVE (Finland) - Onpa Tietty Tietyssäni
PRIMORDIAL (Ireland) - The Foggy Dew

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