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Rorcal Streaming Split Release With Solar Flare

A few weeks ago, the Rorcal guys and Solar Flare (side-project from Impure Wilhemina) locked themselves for three days in a humid basement (Rorcal's practice room actually) to write and record a collaborative track sounding as heavy as it could be with 2 basses and 3 guitars supported by drums and vocals from Mordor. All has been mastered again by Raph Bovey who produced "Heliogabalus" album last year, and they might be even close to making an Uruk-hai cry for mercy. The band's publicist issued the following press release:

"As concept and guideline, the two entities found inspiration in the poem 'La Ronde sous la Cloche,' taken from the book 'Gaspard de la Nuit,' written by the french poet Aloysius Bertrand… although the legend says that this book was probably written by the devil himself. His text drags you into a world between nightmare, hallucination and darkness which we tried to reproduce musicaly.

"The release is presented in a very limited handmade digifile CDr (only 200 copies) format featuring tracks from Solar Flare and the collaborative song. Exclusively available on Call of Ror label's eshop and for entire streaming on SoundCloud."

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