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Yayla Streaming New Song "Immortalizing The Nine"

Yayla is a deep, dark black metal experience created by multi-instrumentalist/composer/filmmaker Emir Togrul. His new album, "Nihaihayat," is set for a January 21st release through Montreal-based Merdumgiriz Records. In what will surely be considered a high water mark for Turkish Black Metal, "Nihaihayat" is a five-track, 51-minute experience which was recorded, mixed and mastered by Cristobal Urbina and Emir Togrul from September through December.

Adding yet another personal element from Togrul, each "Nihaihayat" CD is handmade; Emir sprays the discs, cuts and inserts the prints for the jewel case and jacket, and pretty much makes the whole damn thing from scratch. Unsurprisingly, the Yayla shirts are hand-painted by him as well. Togrul is also co-owner of Merdumgiriz. Check out the tracklisting and cover art below, along with a stream of "Immortalizing the Nine" - a track also posted on Blistering webzine.

Integumental Grasp
Through the Sigil of Hate
Immortalizing the Nine
Disguises of Evil
In Senility


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1. Art Vandaley writes:

isn't it funny how the majority of bands that stream thier new singles all make garbage music? Even the hardest black metal fans are turned off by this crap. 13 minutes was clearly needed to tell this meaningful tale.

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