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2012-11-28 : KONGH debuts song from 'Sole Creation'.

From the label:

Swedish Doom-Rock-Sludge Metal outfit KONGH have premiered a new song at YouTube. First 7 minutes of the title track of band's newest album "Sole Creation" is streaming HERE.

"Sole Creation" (cover below) will be coming to shops on the 5th of February in Europe and 19th of February in North Amercia on Agonia Records. The 3rd album from will consist of 4 new tracks and 45 minutes of music, with a guest appearance of John Doe from Craft. The album was recorded at Teknikkompaniet (Vetlanda, Sweden) by Peter Lundin; mixed and mastered by Magnus Lindberg of Cult Of Luna fame. KONGH's front-man, David Johansson, commented:
"After a very long time of hard work, this album is finally ready for release. We couldn't be more happy with the way it turned out and I really think it is the best Kongh material so far. For our old fans, I am pretty sure it will be well worth the wait and I also think it holds great potential to satisfy a bunch of new listeners. In my opinion, the album is more dynamic and has much more emphasis on melodies than our previous works. At the same time it maintains the harshness and it's undoubtedly the heaviest slab of metal we've done as well."

Track-list for Sole Creation is as follows:
1. Sole Creation
2. Tamed Brute
3. The Portals
4. Skymning

"Sole Creation" will be available for exclusive pre-orders on CD and Vinyl on the 12th of December via Agonia Records Webshop, at: http://www.agoniarecords.com/index.php?pos=shop

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