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Nightfall Streaming Two New Songs From "Astron Black And The Thirty Tyrants"

Greek act Nightfall, in cooperation with Metal Hammer Greece, has launched an online player where you can stream two songs off the new album "Astron Black And The Thirty Tyrants." You can check out the songs "Astron Black" and "Astronomica/Saturnian Moon" at this location. The band commented on the album: "We have worked hard and we've put lots energy and effort in the details of the production. The outcome is massive and believe can attract any metal fan's attention."

The album's artwork was created by Travis Smith (Opeth, Death, Nevermore, Katatonia a.o.), who stated, "The front cover depicts the sea, the grand opposite of the sky-cum-space, and the means we humans are inventing to explore the unexplored. We are part of this universe and we use its planets to navigate, to tune our lives through the 'time' set by their motion, and who knows, may be to escape to some day in the future."

The album was recorded in various places with Soundlodge (Germany) being the main studio. It was produced by Efthimis Karadimas ('Athenian Echoes') and co-produced by Jorg Uken (known from his work with God Dethroned, Dew Scented, and Sinister). "Astron Black And The Thirty Tyrants" will be released on August 30th in Europe and on August 31 in North America.

The track listing is as follows:

1. Intro
2. Astron Black
3. Astronomica / Saturnian Moon
4. Astra Planeta / We Chose The Sun
5. Ambassador Of Mass
6. The Criterion
7. Asebeia
8. I-I
9. Archon Basileus
10. Proxima Centauri / Dead Bodies
11. The Thirty Tyrants
12. Epsilon Lyrae

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