Ihsahn Streaming New Song 'Celestial Violence' (A Top Story)

On Friday Ihsahn Streaming New Song 'Celestial Violence' was a top story. Here is the recap: (Prog) Ihsahn has made another track from his album Arktis available to stream. Celestial Violence is the closing track to Arktis, which is released on April 8 (today) via Candelight Records. He previously streamed Pressure.

This month, the Emperor frontman said that band are unlikely to release a new album as anything they put out now would be a disappointment. He said: "If people want a new Emperor record, what would they expect? They'd expect us to write music as if we were teenagers. You can't really win. At this point I think it would be absolutely pointless. It would be a disappointment - it's kind of an illusion."

Arktis features guest appearances from Matt Heafy of Trivium, Einar Solberg of Leprous and Shining's Jorgen Munkeby and Tobias Ornes Andersen. Stream the new song - here.

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