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Trollband Giving Away "In The Shadow Of A Mountain" As Free Download

Vancouver metal act Trollband has announced through its official Facebook page that it will be giving away the band's entire new full-length album for free. The debut full-length, titled "In the Shadow of a Mountain," was self-released by the duo of Sam Levitt and Matt Courtemanche in late April and can be downloaded by following the link at this location. You can view the album's track listing below.

1. Fire and Ash
2. Nidhoggr
3. Heathen Blood
4. In the Shadow of a Mountain
5. Warhellride
6. Regicide
7. The return
8. We live

Trollband's Sam Levitt commented on the band's decision to give away the album by saying:

"Due to the popularity of this album on blogs and torrent sites we just decided to give 'In the Shadow of a Mountain' away FREE OF CHARGE. We will print the album for physical copies at a later date but with giving away the album as a free download we hope that whoever downloads it from us will listen to it, enjoy it, and pass it on to others who may in tern listen to and enjoy it."

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2 Comments on "Trollband Giving Away Entire New Album For Free"

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1. Jae writes:

Can't beat the price! I have paid for stuff that won't get played as much as this will...actually pretty decent stuff!

Thanks!

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2. TheRaper writes:

free is always good, but it's pretty bad. I'll stick to Finntroll, they've got the right idea.

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