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Cirith Ungol Premiere New Single “Before Tomorrow” From Upcoming New Album "Forever Black"

Cirith Ungol premiere another single from "Forever Black", their first new album in 29 years. You can stream the song, “Before Tomorrow,” via YouTube below. The new release will be out April 24 through Metal Blade Records.

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Like Legions Arise this sounds like it could have been on One Foot in Hell, which was itself like a condensed version of King of the Dead, although I hear a bit of Paradise Lost in here too. These guys definitely haven't reinvented themselves but who cares? They don't need to. Especially when we got so little of them when they first existed, their career didn't go on long enough for them to grow stagnant.

Also, loved the nod to Jerry Fogle in the short, plaintive intro solo but then comes the middle and that grinding doom riff with a more traditional type of Fogle lead: extensive and story-like. Must be Jimmy playing these although Greg may have played one, either way it doesn't sound forced.

So pumped for this.

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