GREEN CARNATION, the Norwegian band featuring Tchort (a.k.a. Terje Vik Schei; BLOOD RED THRONE, ex-EMPEROR, SATYRICON, EINHERJER), fulfilled their contractual obligations to Season of Mist with their fourth release, "The Quiet Offspring", which came out earlier this year. Tchort recently finished writing the material for the second part of the "The Chronicles of Doom" trilogy (the first part of the trilogy is better known as "Light of Day, Day of Darkness") and is currently shopping around for a new record deal.
"I finished writing the material for the second part of the trilogy and I am going to spend the next year working on the arrangements and the progressive parts of the album," Tchort said in a statement. "The material is very dark and its extremely heavy and we are gonna work on an exceptional idea that I have for the album for as long as it takes".
Regarding the search for a new record deal, Tchort said, "Some of the key terms in a new contract will be tour support, a studio budget that will allow us to make the best out of the album and distribution."
For more information, visit www.greencarnation.no.
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