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Emperor Reveals Reunion Details, No Plans For New Album

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Norwegian black metal veterans Emperor, who recently announced that they will be regrouping for a headline performance at next year's edition of the Wacken Open Air festival, have revealed the details and plans for their 2014 reformation.

The lineup will consist of Ihsahn and Samoth, along with Faust on drums, and they will be performing the album "In The Nightside Eclipse" in its entirety. The band also confirmed that it will not be working on a new album and that fans should not be expecting a major world tour, stating:

"There will be no new studio album or a worldwide tour, only a few exclusive festival appearances next year, to mark the celebration of this landmark album."

Wacken Open Air is so far the only festival that the band has been confirmed for, but more are expected to be revealed shortly.

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1. LOU SELBY writes:

fvcking ihsahn, you don't wanna do a record fine but the demand for emperor to perform is always high and mighty, the fans would come in droves to see them play anywhere.

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2. hellrat writes:

^no frikken kidding...what the fvck dudes? We fvcking love ya, make this reunion sh!t a fvcking WORLD TOUR

Got it? Sweet...hope to see ya soon eh! :)

NP---Inno a Satana---Live @ Wacken \m/

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