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SHINING - Announces The Release Date Of Ninth Full-Lenght Album

The release date of Shining's ninth full-length album, which will be titled IX / Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends and will appear on Season Of Mist, has been set for the 20th April. Commenting on the album, Shining's founder and frontman Niklas Kvarforth had this to say: "For once I am extremely pleased with how the album turned out and I believe that the fevered presence of filth and uncompromising darkness is more prominent than ever before. Not only will our more recent fan-base “enjoy” the oppression contained therein but I am also certain that those who stopped listening to Shining after our fifth album will find the new one plague-ridden with what some might have felt was lacking on the more recent efforts… that atmosphere of old."
Shining has also re-launched their website which has undergone a complete makeover by the Japanese design company Ogino Design, who will also be responsible for keeping the site regularly updated with news, live listings etc. under supervision from the band. Kvarforth recently announced that long-time Shining collaborator Martin Strandberg, who was responsible for the videos for "Tillsammans Är Vi Allt" and "Förtvivlan, Min Arvedel" from  the band’s seventh full length album VII / Född Förlorare, and who is currently working on a documentary about the band, is directing a video for a track from "IX/Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends". Shining will embark on a series of Japanese dates in January, and will head for Canada in April to appear at the Messe des Morts Festival in Montreal, as well as making a series of festival appearances and club dates throughout the coming year. Link

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