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Enslaved Make Sixth

Norway's Enslaved have finished work on their sixth full-length album, Monumension, at the infamous Grieghallen Studios.

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"This is going to be progressive metal and something to feed your ears with for months," said L. Jamne from Oskorei Magazine in a recent review. "There are so many elements in the songs, but luckily the song structure makes it easy to listen to as long as you're open to the progressive way of writing."

The track listing for Monumension: "Convoys To Nothingness," "The Voices," "Vision: Sphere of the Elements - A Monument Part II," "Hollow Inside," "The Cromlech Gate," "Enemy I," "Smirr," "The Sleep: Floating Diversity - A Monument Part III." "Outro: Self - Zero."

In similar news, Enslaved guitarist Ivar Bjoernson is now a columnist for French metal magazine Rock Hard. Bjoernson's contributions are said to contain "madness, reflections and utter chaos." The guitarist joins Paradise Lost vocalist Nick Holmes and multi-talented musician Devin Townsend at the magazine.

Monumension is scheduled for a November 19 release on Osmose Productions.

Source: Digital Metal

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