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Leading up to it's official release on the 26th of March, Norwegian Black 'n' Roll band Kvelertak are streaming their next full length album, "Meir", online in its entirety.
Norwegian Black 'n' Roll band Kvelertak will soon be releasing their second full length album, which is titled "Meir", on the 26th of March through Roadrunner Records. The album has been made available for streaming online in its entirety at the following locations:
Apparently the stream content is blocked in some countries. There is nothing we can do about it, other than comment on how questionable Roadrunner are for choosing to stream the album from sites that are subject to these kind of restrictions.
Anyway... the complete track list for "Meir" is as follows:
- Spring fra livet
- Bruane brenn
- Evig vandrar
A video was made for the song "Bruane Brenn":
And here is a close up of the interesting cover art which was created by John Dyer Baizley, similar in style to that of Kvelertak's self-titled debut:
Kvelertak - Meir is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com.
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