Darkthrone: Cromlech

Darkthrone SKU: 43487899
Darkthrone: Cromlech

Darkthrone: Cromlech

Darkthrone SKU: 43487899

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Cromlech
Artist: Darkthrone
Label: Peaceville
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 801056805416
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Vinyl LP pressing. Darkthrone's legendary 1989 demo, including additional tracks from Bootleg TV (1989) and rare rehearsal tracks from 1990. Cromlech was Darkthrone's final demo release, before a deal was inked with Peaceville Records. The demo was recorded in 1989 with the line-up of Gylve Nagell (Drums), Ted Skjellum (Guitars/vocals), Ivar Enger (Guitars) and Dag Nilsen (Bass); a line-up which would remain in place for the revered Soulside Journey and A Blaze in the Northern Sky albums. As well as the iconic demo itself - containing tracks which would go on to form part of the Soulside Journey debut - this release also contains additional tracks from the Bootleg TV Oslo recordings in 1989, including a cover of Celtic Frost's Visual Aggression. Also includes a trio of instrumental tracks from a rehearsal tape originally made for Peaceville founder Paul "Hammy" Halmshaw in 1990.

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