Ihsahn Album Info

2012-04-05 by Manic | 13 Comments
Norwegian metal legend Ihsahn will release his fourth solo record, Eremita, on June 18 2012.

Eremita will feature performances from drummer Tobias Ornes Andersen (Leprous), guitarist Jeff Loomis (ex-Nevermore) and saxophonist Jørgen Munkeby (Shining-Norway). Along with vocal features from Devin Townsend, Einar Solberg (Leprous) and Heidi S. Tveitan (Starofash). The album was recorded at Telemark’s Ivory Shoulder Studios and was mixed by Jens Bogren (Opeth) at Fascination Street Studios in Örebro, Sweden.

Ihsahn commented: "this is right where I want to be musically, with lots of room for dynamics and expressive variety. Tobias and Jørgen have really added to the organic vibe I was going for and have contributed to the overall feel with their fantastic musicianship. And to have Devin, Jeff, Einar and Heidi adding their special moments, I am very privileged to be able to work with such a talented group of people. I really feel this is some of my most inspired work yet.”

Tracklist:

1. Arrival
2. The Paranoid
3. Introspection
4. The Eagle And The Snake
5. Catharsis
6. Something Out There
7. Grief
8. The Grave
9. Departure
10. Recollection (Deluxe Edition Only)

Eremita will be released via Candlelight Records on standard CD and a deluxe limited edition digibook on June 18 in European counties and June 19 in North America.

Teaser:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hOhbJ_lbMg

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Crysis
Emeritus
April 5th 2012
17270 Comments


Not really expecting much but we'll see

Digging: Kauan - Kaiho

BallsToTheWall
April 5th 2012
48017 Comments


saxophonist Jørgen Munkeby


Why didnt they just get Kenny G?

Digging: The Retrosic - God Of Hell

Yazz_Flute
April 5th 2012
18938 Comments


I thought he was only planning on releasing three solo records?

This is good news though, I really enjoyed After. Easily my favorite of the three.

Imperial
April 5th 2012
1770 Comments


I thought After was his last? Oh well should be gooder.

Maniac!
April 5th 2012
27987 Comments


I like his wife better


bring back peccatum

MoosechriS
April 5th 2012
6033 Comments


awesome news, after was really good

Gmork89
April 5th 2012
7283 Comments


This is going to rule, loved After. And it has Dev on it.

MisterSteel
April 5th 2012
453 Comments


After was awesome, definitely gonna get this.

Makemebad35
April 5th 2012
844 Comments


Yeah, After was a pretty great CD. I'll be interested in hearing it when it comes out.

ctaxxxx
April 5th 2012
222 Comments


"I thought he was only planning on releasing three solo records?"
"I thought After was his last?"

Guess I'm not the only one who thought this. Will check it out upon release.

TBliss2
April 5th 2012
508 Comments


After was fantastic, think this will be too.

zaruyache
April 5th 2012
17550 Comments


After was good, but this has Townsend so it'll be gooder.

Digging: Gabor Szabo - Dreams

zaruyache
April 5th 2012
17550 Comments


The main riff on Frozen Lakes on Mars is like M/



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