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20.07.2012: Artwork, Tracklist und Infos zu "RIITIIR". (Enslaved)
Enslaved - Artwork, Tracklist und Infos zu Am 28. September erscheint das neue Album von Enslaved. Das zwölfte Album der Norweger nennt sich "RIITIIR" und erscheint via Nuclear Blast Records.

Gitarrist, Songwriter Ivar Bjørnson:

"It has been only two years since we last released an album ], and we've been touring Europe and North America several times since then. Some might think that this schedule, and the fact that we celebrated our 20th anniversary last year, should result in some time off in the end. Nah. Like a space vessel that gains momentum by entering slingshot-orbits on its way through space, we seem to gain speed, direction, and strength on our journeys, through new releases and subsequent tours.
Describing the sound on the new album is both easy and hard. It is easy because it sounds like ENSLAVED, whatever that means. It is hard because there are so many layers and different focal points. I have a feeling that it has a deeper complexity than our previous efforts, but at the same time, I do find it more catchy and moving. Then again, I am the opposite of objective in this, so again I'll leave it up to the people outside the band to make up their mind."


"RIITIIR" Tracklist:

01. Thoughts Like Hammers
02. Death In The Eyes Of Dawn
03. Veilburner
04. Roots Of The Mountain
05. Riitiir
06. Materal
07. Storm Of Memories
08. Forsaken
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