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Abbath Posts "Fenrir Hunts" Music Video

Norway's iconic Abbath has released a video of a live recording for new track "Fenrir Hunts," which can be seen below courtesy of Blabbermouth.

Regarding the video, the new band based around Abbath states: "We have performed 'Fenrir Hunts' live since our debut concert at Tuska Festival in Finland. This led to the decision to record a few live songs properly. With the aid of a camera team, we have recorded three tracks in a live setting at the beginning of September. Along with 'Fenrir Hunts,' which you can see today, there will be two cover versions coming up soon. Now, here is 'Fenrir Hunts,' the first glimpse from our upcoming debut album!"

The band, formed after Abbath's departure from Immortal, is set to unleash a record through Season Of Mist in January of 2016. To celebrate the release, Abbath has scheduled an album launch show in London on January 23.

The band comments: "With every great release, there is a party to go with it - and this album is no exception. As such, the London show that was scheduled for September is now moving to Saturday 23rd of January 2016. All tickets remain valid. Primordial and Conan will still be coming along for the ride, alongside Metal Hammer UK DJ's, and more."

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1. dang writes:

this is much better than i expected, now i want a whole album. my guess at this point is Abbath is going to be way better than new immortal

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2. johnny ballgame writes:

\m/ \m/

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