IN THA UMBRA To Release New Album In May

Poland's Agonia Records has set a May 16 the release date for the fourth album by Portuguese death metal band IN THA UMBRA, entitled "Thus Open Thine Eerie Wings Like An Eagle And Soar The Winds Of Chaos". The CD was recorded at ZipMix studio in the Algarve, and was mixed and mastered by Daniel Cardoso (HEAD CONTROL SYSTEM) at Ultrasound studio in Braga. Guest musicians on the album include Fernando E. II playing Hammond, Rhodes and other keyboards, and Célia Ramos (MONS LUNAE) on vocals.

"Thus Open Thine Eerie Wings Like An Eagle And Soar The Winds Of Chaos" (cover artwork) track listing:

01. Aeonz
02. Heonan Epiphainein
03. Apsinthion Thirst
04. Slough Ov Capricorn (mp3 sample)
05. And Damnation's Rash Bled Fevers (mp3 sample)
06. A Cornucópia Régia
07. Emerge Affliction
08. The Knell And Thrice The Dawn
09. Ei Krónos Titenes


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