SOLEMNITY: New EP To Feature MANILLA ROAD, CIRITH UNGOL Covers

Germany's SOLEMNITY will be issuing a new EP, "Another Bloody Sabbath", in April 2006. The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Hache De Guerre (w/ French lyrics)
02. Mystification (MANILLA ROAD cover)
03. What Does It Take (CIRITH UNGOL cover)
04. Dreamtime (instrumental)
05. Mephisto (live version)

A strictly limited edition vinyl picture dics will also be made available.

SOLEMNITY's cover of CIRITH UNGOL's "What Does It Take" will also be included on the first "official" tribute to CIRITH UNGOL, entitled "One Foot in Fire" (Solemnity Music). The album is tentatively scheduled to be released in January/February2006 on regular CD and a special limited 12-inch picture vinyl edition with inlay. More information is available at this location.

SOLEMNITY's third album, "Shockwave of Steel", was released earlier in the year.

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