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Iranian Black Metal band From the Vastland have just released their second full length album, titled "Kamarikan". The entire album is available for streaming online.
From the Vastland is one of a handful of Black Metal bands to proceed from Iran, and they have just released their second full length album. The new album is titled "Kamarikan", and it was released on the 27th of March through Norwegian label Indie Recordings. The band's only other release to date has been their 2011 debut, "Darkness vs. Light, the Perpetual Battle".
The entire album is available for streaming online here.
The album features the following tracklist:
1. The Ahriman Wizard
2. Call of the Mountain Battle
3. Darkness All Over the World
4. Kamarikan (Daevas Corps)
5. Night Sentinel
6. Realm of Cadaver Sovereign
7. Vortex of Empty Cosmos
The title track was uploaded by the label to YouTube earlier this month:
There is also a short clip available of From the Vastland's performance at the Inferno Festival in Oslo, Norway which took place on the 27th of March:
To stream the entire album or place your order, visit the official From the Vastland site.
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