Posted by Imperator on 3rd March, 2022 @ 09:14 UTCBy Imperator on 03-03-2022 @ 09:14 UTC

The new song is titled "Sulphur Fire", and is the third track to be revealed from the upcoming "The Great Below" album, which is due out on the 25th of March through Black Lion Records.

Kvaen release new track from next album
Kvaen release new track from next album

Swedish Black Metal act Sweden Kvaen are getting ready to launch a brand new album at the end of this month. The work, titled "The Great Below", will be released on the 25th of March via Black Lion Records, and will mark the band's second full-length, following their 2020 debut "The Funeral Pyre". Over the last few months, two of the album's songs were already made for listening, and last week a third song was revealed, this time for the track "Sulphur Fire". Check it out below:

 


The label commented on some guest appearances to feature on the new album:

Building on the sound developed on the Funeral Pyre but taking everything to new levels with a monster of 8 tracks, this time accompanied by drummer Tommi Tuhkala . While live is handled by Fredrik Andersson who serves as the live drummer for the band, but the album doesn't stop surpassing there, we have some special guests on both solos and vocal duets, Mike Wead, Sebastian Ramstedt) Angus Norder, Nephente, even guest work by Finnish folk metal vocalist Vreth of Finntroll ending the piece with The Fire Within Him Burns. The Great below will surely please fans of the debut.


In case you missed them, here are the album's title track and the album's third track, "In Silence", which were revealed in December and January respectively:

 


 


The complete tracklist for "The Great Below" is as follows:

  1. Cauldron of Plagues
  2. The Great Below
  3. In Silence
  4. Damnations Jaw
  5. Sulphur Fire
  6. Ensamvarg
  7. Your Mighty Has Fallen
  8. The Fire Within Him Burns


The cover art was designed by Swedish artist Niklas Webjörn:

Kvaen The Great Below


Pre-orders for the new album are available in a wide array of formats via the link below:

https://orcd.co/the-great-below



Last edited by Imperator on 3rd March, 2022 @ 09:30 UTC

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