After a very successful tour at the beginning of 2011, AGRYPNIE have now finished the first songs for their upcoming album which will be published Spring 2012.
Two of the brand new songs will be available in advance on the "Asche EP". The EP also contains three previously unrelased tracks. Again, ambient artist Mathias Grassow contributes some of his great work to this record.
One demo version of one of the tracks was added to the EP to document the development of a song from AGRYPNIE from the first rough recordings to the finished album version.
This vinyl release is printed on 180g high quality vinyl and comes with beautiful gatefold artwork.
An exclusive die-hard-edition features transparent red vinyl color and is limited to 100 copies only.
The regular clear vinyl is limited to 400 copies.
The first CD edition of "Asche EP", which has a playing time beyond 40 minutes, will be available in October (on Tour) or in regular shops in November 2011 with a beautiful two folded digipak which is limited to 1000 copies only.
Will be shipped starting November, 7th 2011.
AGRYPNIE - Asche EP [CLEAR]
(LP) 14,90 EUR (tax incl.)
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