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With Doom We Come
02. MGT -
Gemini Nyte
03. Soul Dissolution -
Stardust
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Nightfall's Lament
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Ancient Shadows Of Saturn
06. Caedeous -
Domini Tenebrarum
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The Incubus Of Karma
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Away From Light
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The Shadowed Road
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ARCKANUM - Announces Release Date Of New Album, Front Cover Artwork And More Details Unveiled

Swedish legendary black metal one-man band Arckanum announced that the release date of the new album, Den Förstfödde, is scheduled for 29th September via Folter Records. Arckanum is without a doubt one of the most important bands of the Swedish black metal scene. The man behind Arckanum - Shamaatae has been active with his solo project for 25 years now and has released eight studio albums as well as different Splits and EPs within this time frame. Particularly his early works with legendary titles such as Fran Marder and Kostogher belong to the cult and must-have albums of the scene. After the release of his last record Fenris Kindir (Season Of Mist Underground Activists), it was silent around Arckanum for some years. But now, the Swede is back for one last time – with a full-length record instead of the originally planned EP. The new album is also the last stop on Arckanum's journey.
Den Förstfödde (“The Firstborn” in English) is devoted to Jörmungandr, the fir son of Loki and  Angrboða, whose giant power covers the earth. Lyrically, the entire work is written in Swedish. The album was recorded and mastered by Peter Aps, who has also done the mix alongside Shamaatae. As guest musicians Den Förstfödde features Set Teitan (guitar solos in the songs "Likt Utgårds Himmel", "Ofjättrad" and "Låt Fjalarr Gala" as well as in the choruses of "Likt Utgårds Himmel", "Låt Fjalarr Gala" and "Du Grymme Smed", Darby Laghe (Näverlur in ”Kittelns Beska”) and Ljuder Stefan Westberg (violin in in "Ginnmors Drott"). Front cover artwork of the album can be seen below. Link