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Posted by Imperator on February 22nd, 2013

New Vreid album out now

Norwegian Black Metal band Vreid have finally released their much anticipated sixth full length album, which is titled "Welcome Farewell". The album has been officially released in Norway, Germany, Sweden and Austria today through Norwegian label Indie Recordings, while the rest of Europe will have to wait until the 26th of February. The North American release date is scheduled for the 5th of March.

A music video for the song "The Reap" was uploaded to YouTube recently:

The complete tracklist for "Welcome Farewell" is as follows:

The Ramble The Way of the Serpent The Devils Hand Welcome ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on February 14th, 2013

New Vreid video online

Norwegian Black Metal band Vreid are scheduled to release their upcoming full length album, titled "Welcome Farewell", on the 22nd of February through Norwegian label Indie Recordings. To keep their fans happy while they wait for the album to be available, the band has produced a music video for the song "The Reap", which is now uploaded to YouTube for viewing. The video was produced by Einar Loftesnes and animated by Kim Holm.

Last month the band made the song "Way of the Serpent" available for streaming online at this location, while back in November the band first made the song "The Reap" ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on January 27th, 2013

Another Vreid song online

Norwegian Black Metal band Vreid will soon be releasing their upcoming full length album, titled "Welcome Farewell", through Indie Recordings next month, but for now the band has made the song "Way of the Serpent" available for streaming online exclusively at the Norwegian Pyro webzine.

Click here to listen to "The Way of the Serpent".

Back in November the band made another song, "The Reap", available for streaming online exclusively at Terrorizer Magazine.

The complete track list for Welcome Farewell is as follows:

The Ramble The Way of the Serpent The Devils Hand Welcome Farewell The ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on November 29th, 2012

Vreid reveal album details

Norwegian Black Metal band Vreid have just revealed additional details regarding their upcoming album. The new album is to be titled "Welcome Farewell", and will be released through Indie Recordings on the 22nd of February in Norway, Germany, Sweden and Austria, with a 26th of February release set for the rest of Europe. The North American release date is scheduled for the 5th of March.

The band has made one of the new songs, "The Reap", available for streaming online exclusively at Terrorizer Magazine.

The complete tracklist for "Welcome Farewell" is as follows:

The Ramble Way of the ... [»]

Posted by Imperator on October 31st, 2012

Vreid announce new album

Norwegian Black Metal band Vreid have recently released a studio update revealing details behind the band's upcoming album. The title, artwork and track list for the new album are currently unknown, although a release date for February 2013 has been confirmed by the band. This announcement comes shortly after renewing their contract with Indie Recordings who have handled the band's last three albums.

Jarle "Hváll" Kvåle, one of the band's founding members, commented the following regarding the contract renewal and the upcoming album:

We have released 3 albums on Indie Recordings, and it has ... [»]

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