Posted by Imperator on 22nd February, 2013 @ 00:00 UTCBy Imperator on 22-02-2013 @ 00:00 UTC

A new song by U.S. Black Metal band Ash Borer from their upcoming EP is now available for streaming online.

New Ash Borer song online
New Ash Borer song online

U.S. Black Metal band Ash Borer are due to release a new EP on the 1st of March titled "Bloodlands", featuring 3 new songs that were recorded at a live studio recording session. The EP will be the band's first release since their 2012 full length, "Cold of Ages".

Leading up to the album's release, the band has made the song "Oblivion's Spring" available for streaming online at their Bandcamp profile:

The complete track list for Bloodlands is as follows:

  1. Oblivion's Spring
  2. Dirge
  3. Purgation

The EP will be released through U.S. label Gilead Media and limited to 1000 copies. The release is scheduled to coincide with Ash Borer's tour of Europe, which they will be performing along side Fell Voices, another U.S. Black Metal band of similar style to Ash Borer.

Previous Ash Borer releases are available on

Last edited by Imperator on 4th March, 2021 @ 23:26 UTC
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