KEEN OF THE CROW, the new band featuring former MORGION members Rhett Davis and Justin Christian, along with NEPENTHEAN founder Ron Slater, have inked a deal with Grau Records. The group's debut album, "Hyborea", contains "nine hymns of reckoning, a collection or culmination of dark harmony… gathered under the watchful expertise of Shiva Industries' audio wizard John Haddad," according to a press release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Ravening", "To Reach Emptiness", "Seeking Fury, Becoming Wrath", "Mercurial", "Burning Away…", "Nightbringer", "Where Dead Kings Lie", "Speaker of the Suns" and "Hyborea". A fall release is expected.

In other news, KEEN OF THE CROW will be teaming up with Chicago's NOVEMBERS DOOM and Nashville's LOSS for several dates beginning on Halloween. The tentative schedule is as follows:

Oct. 31 - San Francisco, CA - TBA
Nov. 01 - Eugene, OR - TBA
Nov. 02 - Olympia, WA - TBA
Nov. 03 - Vancouver, CANADA - TBA
Nov. 04 - Seattle, WA - TBA
Nov. 05 - Portland, OR - TBA
Nov. 06 - Oakland, CA - TBA
Nov. 07 - Los Angeles, CA - TBA


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