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PERISHED - ATMF To Re-Release Cult Album Kark

Italian label ATMF will re-release on 26th June one of the hidden gems of Viking inspired black metal, born out of the Norwegian womb, that the acolytes of this unique 90s black metal atmosphere recognize as a classic: this is Perished’s album named Kark. Originally released in 1996, soon became an iconic collector item and granted them a deal for the release of their debut album on Solistitium Records, the same label which hosted bands like Behemoth, Horna, Helheim, Isvind, Nocternity, Tsjuder and Wyrd. Kark is an admirable example of darkly epic Norwegian black metal, where overwhelming riffs were taking the folk inspiration to the evocative goal. Scheduled for a 26th June release and strictly limited to 500 copies, the deluxe digipak CD edition of Kark will include a retrospective of the album concept and musical inspiration made by the band as well as 3 bonus tracks: the previously unreleased song “A Landscape Of Flames”, and the 2 tracks from the Perished 7”EP, “Kald Som Aldri Før” and “Gjennom Skjærende Lys”. The vinyl edition, out in October, will come with an insert including the same band retrospective, but apart from that it will be faithful to the original LP edition. First 200 copies will come together with a bonus containing the eponymous cult EP. Link