Nothnegal Pushes Back Self-Titled EP Release
Maldivian melodic heavy metal band Nothnegal and label Season of Mist have issued an updated release date for the band’s experimental self-titled EP, which follows the band's debut album "Decadence" (reviewed here).
The new North American release date for the EP will be August 6th, 2013. The EP will droop in all other territories a week prior on July 29th. The track listing is:
4. Flux Plane
“This EP will have an experimental sound inspired from traditional music of the Maldives with the lyrics being based on the folklore, beliefs and legends of the islands here,” states guitarist Hilarl. “We wouldn't say that this is the successor of Decadence, as the sound on these songs would be far from our normal sound, so we want to treat this as more of an experimental release. We are curious to know the people's reaction to this. We have already started writing the material for our next full length album which would have a more familiar sound to the fans.”
Hilarl adds, “The other major change on this would be the fact that our longtime guitarist Fufu, who is also a founding member of NOTHNEGAL was not able to be part of the songwriting and recording of this EP due to personal commitments. Chippe' (Serenity Dies) filled in for him.”
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