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Enslaved Premieres New Song "Storm Son" From Upcoming Album "E"

Enslaved today premieres a new song entitled "Storm Son", taken from the upcoming new album "E", which will be released on October 13th through Nuclear Blast Records. Commented the band’s Ivar Bjørnson of the song:

"‘Storm Son‘ deals with the duality of man and nature, how important and basic that relationship is. Everything we do and create are imitations of nature; as we evolved from nature, that is how it must be – yet modern man thinks he and she is independent of nature, that we somehow are so superior that we do not have to take nature into consideration other than as a backdrop for shitty movies. Or festivals. Losing touch with nature is basically to lose touch with being human."

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1. TheGodless writes:

Wow! Enslaved gets more adventurous with each album while also avoiding the pitfall of completely abandoning what makes Enslaved sound like Enslaved. Too many bands mistake being adventurous with eradicating their identity to the point of the band and the fans being much better served if the band would just rebrand itself with a new name and all. If Storm Son is any indication of the quality of the rest of the album, the album will be a triumphant masterpiece of prog-metal.

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2. xFiruath writes:

Wow, its unexpected, way proggy and out there but doesn't cease to be Enslaved. As a bonus, its not essentially a Jethro Tull cover. Way to go guys.

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