DARKTHRONE: 'Sardonic Wrath' Track Listing Revealed

Despite DARKTHRONE guitarist/vocalist Nocturno Culto's (a.k.a. Ted Skjellum) previously published claims that the group's new CD would contain nine tracks, the promotional copies of "Sardonic Wrath" that have been distributed to the media include seven tracks with a total running time of 26 minutes and 43 seconds.

The follow-up to last year's "Hate Them" will feature cover artwork by Lorenzo Mariani (MARDUK, ABORYM) and is scheduled for release in September through Moonfog Records. The complete track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Information Wants To Be Syndicated (4:20)
02. Sjakk Matt Jesu Krist (4:03)
03. Straightening Sharks (3:26)
04. Alle Gegen Alle (3:21)
05. Mann Tanker Sitt (3:04)
06. God Of Doubt (4:33)
07. Silent Majority (3:56)

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