Information has finally been revealed about A Forest Of Stars' new album. The album titled Beware The Sword You Cannot See is set to be released on the 27th of February next year through Lupus Lounge and it will contain 11 tracks which can be seen below. The follow-up to A Shadowplay For Yesterdays was mixed and mastered by Robert Hobson, who was responsible for both The Corpse Of Rebirth and Opportunistic Thieves Of Spring. Find out all about the album now.
Prepare yourself because black metal crazies A Forest Of Stars have started recording their new album. In fact, the recordings for the successor of A Shadowplay For Yesterdays (2012) started today. Will they top A Shadowplay For Yesterdays? After all, it was considered the best black metal album on Metal Storm Awards 2012.
A Shadowplay For Yesterdays, the new album from British black metallers A Forest Of Stars sees its release today, July 20th, via Lupus Lounge/ Prophecy Productions. The band together with their record label have offered up the entire album for streaming online. You can check it out at this location.
UK atmospheric black metallers A Forest Of Stars have released a new music video for the song "Gatherer Of The Pure". The 9-minute song appears on the band's forthcoming third album A Shadowplay For Yesterdays. The video was created by Ingram Blakelock and can be viewed below. You can expect the album to be released on July 20th via Lupus Lounge/ Prophecy Productions. For more albums details, please head over here.
Prophecy Productions has released a sample from the song "Gatherer Of The Pure", taken from British atmospheric black metallers A Forest Of Stars' upcoming album A Shadowplay For Yesterdays, which is now available for streaming below. The full video will be unveiled in late June. You can now have a first taste of what is to come. Also, mark your calendars, the album comes out on July 20th via Lupus Lounge/ Prophecy Productions. More details about the album were previously reported here.
UK black metallers A Forest Of Stars have unveiled their upcoming album's tracklist and artwork. The cover for A Shadowplay For Yesterdays was painted by Karolful of Krofulillustration.com. Below is the tracklist for the band's sixty-two minute album, which will be released on July 20th via Lupus Lounge/ Prophecy Productions.
The year is 1891. The members of the Gentleman's Club of A Forest Of Stars, an exclusive brotherhood of English Victorians, consider themselves to be exponents of their glorious and pompous, at times decadent era characterized by extreme opposites. A Forest Of Stars channel the experiences gained from their numerous meetings hazed by opium and absinthe, occult rites and séances in the form of a previously unheard-of ghostly and hypnotic music, filled with the spirit of the glorious Victorian Age - a harrowing testimony of their many spiritual and sensual excesses.
For their future undertakings, the Gentleman's Club has now found a loyal partner in Lupus Lounge / Prophecy Productions who are going to support these artists in the realisation of their five next albums. The Club's Representative The Gentleman has this to say about this decision of mutual cooperation: "We are proudly humbled to join the ranks of such great and noble artists. It is an honour to do business with a Mechanical Phonograph Recording Label that allows us to do precisely as we please and that has ensured our much-cherished Gentleman's Club will not unduly fall into ruin or disrepair. In short, we could not ask for a more fitting partnership."
The band that surprised everyone with their majestic debut album The Corpse Of Rebirth is back again. A Forest of Stars have been busy conjuring up the next Beast; entitled Opportunistic Thieves of Spring cover art glimpse], due for release in May. A few kind words from the likes of Mr. T.S. Kettleburner:
"Mark thy words: this album will send listeners to the world that lieth beyond. The exact release dates for North America and Europe will be announced shortly, but the tentative release is set for May. Opportunistic Thieves of Spring was recorded once again at Silent City Studios with master Rob Hobson behind the controls. For this recording, new member John Bishop took care of the drums."