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26.12Bornholm - Upcoming Album Details Revealed
28.07Bornholm - Ink Deal With NoiseArt Records And Rock The Nation Booking
31.10Bornholm - New Song Available For Streaming
28.02Bornholm - First Album On Melancholia Records

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Bornholm - New Album Coming, Stream New Song

Bornholm's new album, Primaeval Pantheons, will be released on December 2nd via Massacre Records! The Hungarian occult/pagan black metal outfit presents their 4th studio album, just in time for the darker season. The album was recorded, produced and mixed by Victor "Max" Scheer and mastered by Paul Ericksen. Enjoy the lyric video for "Runes Of Power" here.


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Posted: 01.12.2016 by BloodTears | Comments (1)

Bornholm - New Album Trailer Online

In case you haven't heard yet, the new Bornholm release, Inexorable Defiance, is set to be released later this month. The band also recently posted a new song which is still streaming at this location. Today, you can also check out the new album trailer available for viewing below. Inexorable Defiance is the band's third album and will be released via NoiseArt Records.


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Posted: 02.01.2013 by BudDa | Comments (0)

Bornholm - New Song Online

Shortly after revealing the details about their forthcoming opus, Bornholm have released the first taste off Inexorable Defiance, namely the brand new song "Walk On Pagan Ways". You can have an idea of what the new album will sound like by listening to the song on the player below.


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Posted: 29.12.2012 by BloodTears | Comments (1)

Bornholm - Upcoming Album Details Revealed

Hungary's melodic black metal band Bornholm will release a new album next year. In 2011, they started working on their third full-length album called Inexorable Defiance, which will come out via NoiseArt Records on January 25th, 2013. The album will be available as limited digibook including two bonus tracks and download. Bornholm will also embark on the Paganfest tour with Alestorm, Arkona, Thyrfing and others in February/March 2013.


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Posted: 26.12.2012 by BloodTears | Comments (2)

Bornholm - Ink Deal With NoiseArt Records And Rock The Nation Booking

Official press release:

NoiseArt Records and Rock The Nation are proud to announce the signing of Hungarian pagan black metal horde Bornholm. They offer an extremely cold, evil version of black metal which has been made even richer by sickening, epic and mind-blowingly aggressive elements. With their incredible, fantastic visual components such as front cover, booklet artwork as well as the official pictures, Bornholm are way beyond the generic crowd and look down on them from a "throne of crows". The beast that is Inexorable Defiance will be unleashed early 2013, an extended European tour is in the making.


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Posted: 28.07.2012 by Abattoir | Comments (2)

Bornholm - New Song Available For Streaming

Bornholm has finished working on their upcoming album "March For Glory And Revenge". A new song, called "The Call Of The Heathen Horns", is available for streaming on the band's official MySpace page.


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Posted: 31.10.2008 by Janne | Comments (2)

Bornholm - First Album On Melancholia Records

Melancholia Records is honoured to present BORNHOLM (Black Metal, Hungary) "...On The Way Of The Hunting Moon"

A short version of BORNHOLM's video clip : "Acheron" is now available :


The Collector Edition (limited to 333: special sleeve, patch, stickers etc..) will be out March 1st.

The Digipack Edition (limited to 999) is available with several bonus (skins, photos, wallpapers and of course the long version of the amazing videoclip "Acheron").

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Posted: 28.02.2005 by Destroyer_666 | Comments (1)