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DØDHEIMSGARD - To Re-Release Their Early Works

Black metal legends Dødheimsgard are about to re-release their early works via Peaceville Records. The re-issued works will include their debut Kronet til Konge, which will hit the stores on 11th December on 2-CD and vinyl and Monumental Possession as well as specially expanded version of the Satanic Art EP, which will follow in 2016. Marking 20 years since its original release, Dødheimsgard's classic and highly-regarded debut is presented as a special 2-disc package, including a bonus CD in the form of an extremely rare rehearsal session recorded in 1994 on the run up to the album studio session, with raw renditions of tracks from the trio of Vicotnik, Aldrahn and Darkthrone's Fenriz on bass.  The included booklet features unseen photographs, and liner notes from all 3 members, sharing their memories of the band's formation and early history. To fans of black metal, Dødheimsgard need no introduction, being as they are one of the great purveyors of the Norwegian nlack metal creative evolution. The band was formed in 1994 by Aldrahn (Thorns, The Deathtrip) and Vicotnik (Ved Buens Ende). The early incarnation was that of a raw and at times melodic black metal band. Over time they became known as one of the premier avantgarde black metal acts, as recently cemented on the band's fifth album, A Umbra Omega, released earlier this year. Link