KAUAN meteorite crash delay

2013-02-21 by BloodMusic | 20 Comments
The Russian folk-doom outfit KAUAN has recently finished recording their 5th album in Kiev, Ukraine, and traveled to their home of Chelyabinsk, Russia, for mixing, when the city was attacked by a hailstorm of meteorites, whose power was 30x that of an atomic bomb!

The band has put the new record on hold and are currently staying at home to ensure that neither them nor family members have suffered radiation poisoning, which may make this the first album ever delayed by meteorite explosions.

The name of the new album will be PIRUT, which translates (from Finnish) as DEVILS. It will be a single, 40-minute long song, which they describe as "a stone-faced blend of neo-classical and funeral doom metal." The album will be released towards the end of 2013 on Finnish record label BLOOD MUSIC.

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Ignimbrite
February 21st 2013
6064 Comments


lol

DoubtGin
February 21st 2013
6823 Comments


what

Apollo
February 21st 2013
10665 Comments


That's fucking metal

Eclecticist
February 21st 2013
3863 Comments


where was spartan Putin with his meteorite laser-shooting eyes

demigod!
February 21st 2013
47975 Comments


wow fuckin metal

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DotEight
February 21st 2013
5701 Comments


Literally the definition of metal. Meteors fucking strike when you produce an album.

JackSoffalot
February 21st 2013
88 Comments


Best reason for an album delay I've ever heard of

BallsToTheWall
February 21st 2013
46180 Comments


m/ (2)

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ReturnOfTheDnor
February 21st 2013
893 Comments


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paxman
February 21st 2013
4084 Comments


History demands this album be monumental

TrstN01
February 21st 2013
800 Comments


m/ (3)

DarkNoctus
February 21st 2013
9629 Comments


this band's music is super relaxing [:

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zxlkho
February 21st 2013
3487 Comments


this is so fucking metal

Keyblade
February 22nd 2013
22091 Comments


folk doom? wut, these guys are like neofolk with a lil post rock

Keyblade
February 22nd 2013
22091 Comments


haven't heard their first album tho, so maybe that one's got some dooooom

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
February 22nd 2013
7118 Comments


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXT_B4kx6YA

Wolfhorde
February 22nd 2013
14915 Comments


"when the city was attacked by a hailstorm of meteorites, whose power was 30x that of an atomic bomb!"
fucking lol

Wolfhorde
February 22nd 2013
14915 Comments


"meteorite is just "official" version. Here is plenty of people, who think, it was a rocket"
fucking lolĀ³

Recspecs
February 22nd 2013
9879 Comments


Holy shit

XyphynX9
February 22nd 2013
137 Comments


Jesus fuck XD I have never heard of an album delay because of that. Holy shit lol



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