AGKMLP01 - Frozn - Requiem On My Grave 10" MLP
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Based on the previous works related to Japanese Black Metal (More specifically the Ahpdegma album LP) under the Astral Temple banner, it should come as no surprise to anyone that a while back, it was decided to go back in the archives of Japanese Black Metal.
FROZN was a Black Metal band hailing from Japan, that had one demo tape released by Forgotten Wisdom Productions. One split tape with Infernal Necromancy was planned, but never came to fruition, as the band was dismantled shortly after their first and only demo. Avgrundsklanger is pleased to present this demo once again, 18 years after its initial release.
* Single sided 10" MLP
* 350gsm jacket, 3mm spine with matt finish
* 110 gram black vinyl
* Design & layout by Hrbnz
* Remastered exclusively for this release
* Limited to 100 hand numbered copies in a one time pressing! No more copies will be made as requested by the band!
The band requested to have the record kept as close as possible to an early 2000s-eque layout with matching printed parts, much like the demo tape had that was released 18 years ago, of which the layout is kept as close to as possible with some new elements. Additionally, it was requested for this release to be done on a one sided 10" record, so as to not break the continuity of the music.