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Cirith Ungol's "Servants Of Chaos" To Be Re-Released With DVD

Long out of print 2CD compilation "Servants of Chaos" (2001) from the legendary U.S. traditional metal band Cirith Ungol will be re-released by Metal Blade in Europe due to high demand for the rarity. The release includes 31 rare, demo, live and unreleased tracks, recorded between 1978-1990.

The re-release will be in the form of a double-digipak 3 disc edition and a three gatefold vinyl LP on November 18, 2011 in collaboration with drummer Robert Garven. The DVD portion will includes the show from November 1984 Wolf & Rissmiller’s Club in Reseda, California.

The DVD track list (Live at Wolf & Rissmiller's Country Club, November 9, 1984):

1. I'm Alive
2. The Black Machine
3. Master of the Pit
4. King of the Dead
5. Death of the Sun
6. Finger of Scorn
7. Frost & Fire
8. Cirith Ungol

Drummer Robert Garven commented: "This amateur video was supposed to never be published. The audio recording comes from the mixing console. After we were opening one act, we had little to no sound check, place on the stage, and only limited access to light and sound. Nevertheless, this rare and primitive video is one of the few that exist of the band ever!"

The "Servants of Chaos" track listing is as follows:

CD 1 :

1. Hype Performance
2. Last Laugh
3. Frost And Fire
4. Eyes
5. Better Off Dead
6. 100 MPH
7. I'm Alive
8. Bite Of The Worm
9. The Twitch
10. Maybe That's Why
11. Ill Met In Lankhmar
12. Return To Lankhmar
13. Darnkess Weaves
14. With Dance
15. Feeding the Ants
16. Obsidian

CD 2:

1. Death Of The Sun
2. Fire
3. Fallen Idols
4. Chaos Rising
5. Fallen Idols
6. Paradise Lost
7. Join The Legion
8. Before The Lash
9. Atom Smasher (Live)
10. Master Of The Pit (Live)
11. King Of The Dead (Live)
12. Last Laugh (Live)
13. Cirith Ungol (Live)
14. Secret Agent
15. Ferrari 308QV (Instrumental)

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I heard about this. Where would hippie doom metal or bands that make references to fantasy fiction be without these guys. Classic eighties stuff.

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