Posted by Imperator on 31st May, 2021 @ 14:50 UTCBy Imperator on 31-05-2021 @ 14:50 UTC

The band has recently premiered the track "Wir Ertrunkenen" from their upcoming album, which is scheduled to be released on the 30th of July.

New Agrypnie song streaming online
New Agrypnie song streaming online

German Post-Black Metal band Germany Agrypnie are due to release their upcoming full-length album, titled "Metamorphosis", on the 30th of July through German label AOP Records. While we wait, the label has made the track "Wir Ertrunkenen" available for streaming on their YouTube channel:

 


"Metamorphosis" will mark the band's sixth full-length release, and their first to be released through AOP Records. The complete tracklist for the new album is as follows:

  1. Wir Ertrunkenen - Prolog
  2. Wir Ertrunkenen
  3. Verwüstung
  4. Am Ende der Welt - Teil 1
  5. Skulptur aus Eis
  6. Metamorphosis
  7. 3327
  8. Melatonin
  9. Untergang
  10. Am Ende der Welt - Teil 2
  11. Wir Ertrunkenen - Epilog


And here is a closer look at the cover art, designed by Austrian artist Cartismandua:

Agrypnie Metamorphosis


The band also revealed on their Facebook page the variety of formats that the new album will be available in:

- Digital
- Hardbook Digipak CD with 20 pages booklet
- Standard black vinyl
- Gatefold double LP with 12 pages booklet in 5 different colours
- Black/ green swirl vinyl at AOP Records (limited to 149 copies)
- Smoke vinyl at EMP (limited to 99 copies)
- Moss green vinyl at Supreme Chaos Records (limited to 99 copies)
- Moss green with splatter vinyl at Napalm Records (limited to 99 copies)

Pre-orders are now available from the AOP Records store here.

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