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Solstafir Commens On Delay For Vinyl Edition Of "Kold" Album

Iceland's Solstafir has issued the following comment about the delay in release of the vinyl edition for the band's "Kold" album:

"A statement from Svart Records about the delay of the Köld vinyl: 'Solstafir Köld vinyl: Its heavy duty gatefold jacket is manufactured by a small print shop. These jackets have turned out to be exceedingly slow and difficult to manufacture, as they require a much bigger amount of work than regular gatefolds.' So the delay should be worth it in more quality!"

Solstafir also recently posted the song "Myrksvefn" online, which is taken from the band's 2002 7" EP "Black Death." You can check out the track here.

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