Posted by Imperator on 30th September, 2022 @ 20:34 UTCBy Imperator on 30-09-2022 @ 20:34 UTC

"After the storm" will be the name of the band's fourth album, due for release in November, with the first single already up for listening.

Ofdrykkja release single from next album
Ofdrykkja release single from next album

The 25th of November has been set as the date that Swedish Black Metal collective Sweden Ofdrykkja will release their next album. Titled "After the Storm", it marks the band's fourth studio album, and will be released by Art of Propaganda Records, who also handled their previous album, "Gryningsvisor", in 2019. While we wait for November, the band has now made the album's first single available for listening, check out "The Mære":

 


"After the Storm" features seven tracks in total:

  1. The Light
  2. Hårgalåten
  3. The Mære
  4. After the Storm
  5. The Cleansing
  6. Själavandring
  7. Beyond the Belt of Orion


Stay tuned for more info.

Ofdrykkja After The Storm

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