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Naglfar Post New Song Online

A new NAGLFAR track, entitled "The Darkest Road", has been posted online at this location (check streaming music player). The song comes off the Swedish black metal band's new album, "Harvest", which is scheduled for release through Century Media Records on the following dates:

Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, Italy: Friday, February 23
France, Spain, Denmark, Norway, rest of Europe: Monday, February 26
Finland, Sweden, Hungary: Wednesday, February 28
North America: Tuesday, March 6
U.K.: Monday, March 12

A trailer for "Harvest" has been posted online at this location.

According to a press release, "Harvest" combines NAGLFAR's "original sound with the massive thrust of later years. True to the Swedish formula of bringing the harsh bleakness of the black style together with the technical prowess and high-speed assault of death metal, NAGLFAR have created another masterpiece of their genre."

"Harvest" track listing:

01. Into the Black
02. Breathe Through Me
03. The Mirrors of My Soul
04. Odium Generis Humani
05. The Darkest Road
06. Way of the Rope
07. Plutonium Reveries
08. Feeding Moloch
09. Harvest

A limited-edition version of the album containing a bonus DVD (featuring four professionally recorded live clips from the Party.San Open Air festival 2006, the video for the track "The Perpetual Horrors" as well as an interview with lead singer Kristoffer Olivius) will also be avaialble. The cover artwork was created by Travis Smith and can be viewed by clicking here.

A video for the track "The Darkest Road" was filmed by Roger Johansson (ARCH ENEMY, THE HAUNTED, DARK TRANQUILLITY).

Source: Blabbermouth

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