Posted by Imperator on 19th July, 2021 @ 18:40 UTCBy Imperator on 19-07-2021 @ 18:40 UTC

The compilation, titled "This Wretched Earth", will feature songs by 16 bands from 14 countries across 6 continents, some of which are exclusive to this release.

New compilation announced by Snow Wolf Records
New compilation announced by Snow Wolf Records

U.S. label Snow Wolf Records have just announced that they will be releasing a new compilation album on the 6th of August. The compilation will be titled "This Wretched Earth" and will feature songs by 16 bands from 14 countries across 6 continents, with several songs being exclusive to this release.


The label commented the following:

This was an adventure to put together and it’s an amazing collection of sounds from all over the world. We even have some exclusive brand new unreleased tracks. I owe a great deal of gratitude to a lot of people for helping bring this together but mostly to the bands. Eternal hails to all involved.


The complete tracklist for "This Wretched Earth" is as follows:

  1. Canada Spectral Dance (Canada) - "Black Metal Invasion"
  2. Egypt Of Two Lands (Egypt) - "Worth"
  3. Iran Akvan (Iran) - "شکوه فراموش شده - IR 655"
  4. Poland Mistral (Poland) - "Stasis"
  5. Malaysia Gestorven (Malaysia) - "It Lân Fan Dreamen"
  6. Chile Funeral (Chile) - "Decadencia Total (Sombras)"
  7. Egypt Lycopolis (Egypt) - "Great One from the Throne"
  8. Australia Drugoth (Australia) - "The Ire of Shograath"
  9. Colombia Melabstra (Columbia) - "Guerra Animal"
  10. Hungary Nekrofília (Hungary)- "Lángokban Elveszejtve"
  11. United States Starer (USA) - "Five Minutes Before Dawn"
  12. Greece Odyrmos (Greece) - "Silver Stars"
  13. United States Pulsa diNura (USA) - "Humanity's Tomb"
  14. Russia Astarium (Russia) - "Kill To Survive II"
  15. India Sounds of Emptiness (India) - "Dreams That Feel Like a Blurry Memory"
  16. Ukraine Haissem (Ukraine) - "Deus Vult"


Here's a closer look at the cover art:


Pre-orders are now available on the label's Bandcamp page for digital, cassette, and CD versions of the compilation, with a release date set for the 6th of August:

https://snowwolfrecords.bandcamp.com/album/this-wretched-earth



Last edited by Imperator on 19th July, 2021 @ 19:03 UTC

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