December 31, 2001

Britain's THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL have recorded three new tracks that will be included on a split 10" with Norway's MAYHEM. The MAYHEM tracks are reportedly old tracks that were originally meant to go on a compilation that, for an undisclosed reason, never saw the light of day. This will be a strictly limited release out on Supernal Music in the early part of 2002. THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL's tracks for the split 10” are as follows:

01. Paradise
02. Another God In Another Place
03. Jihad

According to THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL's official site, “there are more Middle Eastern influences setting into the material although this may not define the forthcoming songs on the second album now being written.”

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