French isolationist black metallers AURVANDIL premiere the new track “The Harvest of Betrayal” at heavily trafficked web-portal InvisibleOranges.com. This epic 13-minute track hails from the band’s highly anticipated Thrones, to be released by EISENWALD on April 21st in Europe and May 6th in North America. All yearning embittered, the flesh is shed, the Journey ends: AURVANDIL returns with Thrones carved in stone and snow, distilling the essence of soaring, northern purity throughout four hymns of Iron and Ice, four funereal storms summoned: Glacial Black Metal. AURVANDIL was incepted in 2006 as a spontaneous, scornful, hatred-driven catharsis. Following hesitant first steps, Ferd commenced a quest for hyperboreal purity, concluding with Yearning, thus shedding all flesh and past wanderings. Now the yonder beckons, a final journey towards the Northern blaze – a horizon of ashes and frost. Thrones was carved in stone and snow, distilling the essence of soaring, northern purity. Hear for yourself exclusively HERE.
Tracklisting for AURVANDIL’s Thrones
1. For Whom Burnest Thou
2. The Harvest of Betrayal
3. Summon the Storms
4. Ingen Lindring