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With their new album "Unalterable" due out on Black Lion Records on the 12th April, Sweden's Mist Of Misery have unveiled a video for a track from the album.
The video, for the track "Halls of Emptiness" can be seen at https://youtu.be/9tA2_WEGmNk
"Unalterable" will be the third full-length album from Mist Of Misery, and promises to be the longest, and most in-depth work that the band has every created. Split into two parts, with fourteen tracks, and a total running time of almost two hours, "Unalterable" was recording during 2017 and 2018 at the Forlorn Halls Studios and in various private locations in Stockholm, Sweden.
Black Lion Records will release "Unalterable" in Double CD and Digital formats, both of which are now available to pre-order from https://mistofmiseryblacklion.bandcamp.com/album/unalterable
All guitars on "StormblÂst" and the clean parts on "Unalterable" were performed by Erik Molnar. With artwork by Alice Ruitenberg, booklet design by Marcos Cerutti, and Bandphotos by Nikita Smirnov, tracklisting on "Unalterable" is as follows:
Of "Unalterable", the band had this to say:
"The actual conception of "Unalterable" goes a long way back, with the title track having already been written in 2014. However, back then, we had no idea that we would be using it as the title track for our third-full length album. The rest of the songs were composed during 2017 and 2018 and the album was recorded during the same period.
This album differs a bit from our earlier releases, both in production and in the composition of the songs. They are longer, darker, and more atmospheric than on any of our previous releases, and with its running time of almost two hours, it is the by far the longest work we've ever recorded .
The title "Unalterable" refers to the path of life, unalterable despite all efforts to alter its course, forcing us to dwell in this miserable existence until life's end."
Mist Of Misery's next live appearance will be at Copperfield's in Stockholm, Sweden, on the 30th March.
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