Forlorn will begin recording the next, still untitled, Napalm Records disc on April 15th, for an anticipated August release.
Since the release of Opus III - Ad Caelestis Res, Norwegian metallers, Forlorn have been through many changes, most notably, the departure of C. Worhn. Original guitarist Hennex began looking for members, even just for a recording session. This resulted in a reevaluation of the band's direction, straying from the previous Viking metal sound and discovering new life as an extreme metal act, a style which suits the band's "from the present to the future" attitude far better.
Forlorn will begin recording the next, still untitled, Napalm Records disc on April 15th, for an anticipated August release. Once finished with the recording session, the band will undertake a series of live dates.
After nearly ten years of existence, Forlorn spent eight months disassembling, rejuvenating and regrouping. Rather than a mere trio, Forlorn now emerges as a full band, complete with new image and sound. Joining mainstay Hennex are former Gehenna vocalist Dolgar, who doubles on guitar, S. Winter (drums), Iego (synth/electronics) and Vulpes (bass).
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