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Trollfest Details Concept, Art And Track List For New LP "Brumlebassen"

Norwegian folk metal band Trollfest has announced further details on the band's upcoming fifth LP "Brumlebassen." The album "tells a story about one of the characters that inhabit the fantastical universe created by the band. his time the story is about Brumlebassen, the Bee Keeper, whose task it is to care for the bees and brew the Honey Mead that is much loved by the Trolls. Brumlebassen adores his bees so much that he would secretly like to become one of them himself and he is therefore depicted wearing a bee costume!"

Trollfest, known for it's exuberant stage performances which have won over myriads of fans wherever they play, recently announced that Tor Einar Rognhave (stage name St Beinhard) would be joining the band as a permanent member, to replace Per-Olav Wiik, whose personal commitments no longer allowed him the time needed for the extensive schedule of live appearances. Immediately after the performance at Norway’s Inferno Festival, the band will embark on a 20-date European tour with Korpiklaani, followed by appearances at ExtremeFest in Austria, Germany and Switzerland in July, MetalCamp in Slovenia in August (where something special has been planned), and the Heidenfest Tour in Europe in October and November. A tour blog for the April tour will be available at this location.

The track listing for “Brumlebassen”, which will be available as a Gatefold vinyl and limited digipakm, including 12 tracks plus a bonus track, is as follows:

1. Brumlebassen
2. Böse Tivoli
3. Illsint
4: Hevlette
5. Finsken, Norsken And Presten
6. Mystisk Maskert
7. Apis Mellifera
8. TrinkenTroll
9. Verboten Kjærleik
10. Bråk
11. Sellout
12. Rundt Bålet
13. Konterbier (Bonus Track)

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