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In Solitude's Debut Album To Be Reissued Through Season Of Mist

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Season of Mist is proud to announce the label will be reissuing In Solitude's much sought after debut album. The Swedish band’s eponymous first official release will be re-released on next January 25th (22nd in North America) on CD and gatefold LP, both with two bonus tracks. The track listing is as follows:

1. In the Darkness
2. Witches Sabbath
3. Kathedral
4. Beyond Is where I Learn
5. 7th Ghost
6. Faceless Mistress
7. Temple of the Unknown
8. The Monolith
9. Hidden Dangers (In the Night) - single version
10. Faceless Mistress - demo version

You can also check out In Solitude's music video for "To Her Darkness" over at this location.

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1. Widowmaker writes:

By far, the greatest band to come out in recent times. I almost lost hope in the current underground until I found out about this band. I heard "In The Darkness" from the S/T and was hooked immediately. I ended buying that album shortly after. They have since raised the bar since "The World. The Flesh. The Devil" was released.

If you don't have this album, do yourself a favor and get the reissue as well as TWTFTD. The ONLY new band that I listen to just as much as the classics. These guys deserve your support!

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2. silvermountains writes:

i really enjoyed this album

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