Immortal To Begin Recording Their First Album Without Abbath


Immortal's Demonaz and Horgh have revealed that they plan to enter the studio in January to begin recording their first album since they parted ways with founding frontman Abbath.

The band released the following statements about their plans for their ninth studio album, "The songs have been ready for some time, but we wanted to record it at the right place and time.

"We will once again work with Peter Tδgtgren at Abyss Studio who produced our four last albums. The band will enter the studio during wintertime to have the right atmosphere.

"We look forward to record and present the new album to the IMMORTAL hordes sometime in 2017. The tracks that will appear on the album are: 'Northern Chaos Gods', 'Into Battle Ride', 'Gates To Blashyrkh', 'Blacker Of Worlds', 'Where Mountains Rise', 'Grim And Dark', 'Called To Ice', and 'Ravendark'."


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