MORDAEHOTH - 'Eens weer prevaleert het heidens hart' CD / LP / MC

1. Balder
2. Helheim
3. Alvader
4. Beschermd bij den hamerslag
5. Prayers to a god who never came
6. Als't vlammend zwaard de laatste dageraad inluidt
7. Father's sword
8. Bloodstorm
9. Lindisfarne

After the ritual number of nine years since the release of the 'Bloedwraak' debut album, MORDAEHOTH returns from the fog-veiled swamps of the pagan lowlands to present their all new full-length album.

Carved, burnt and built during years, 'Eens weer prevaleert het heidens hart' (not to be confused with the same titled 1998 demo) offers the ultimate grim pagan metal opus from The Netherlands: long and dark warhymns, blending bitter melancholy over lost ages with flaming hate for the postmodern world; and pride in taking action in the revolt against it!
In a truly overcrowded scene Mordaehoth deserves your attention by standing out with a mix of pagan and black metal and influences of dark folk with added atmosphere of occasional keyboards and clean vocals.

In an age where blogspots rape true underground mentality we offer you the format of choice in excquisite presentation:
- CD in A5 digipack edition with 16 page booklet, limited to 500 handnumbered copies;
- LP in white vinyl, 12" x 24" fold-out cover with 16 page A5 booklet, limited to 300 handnumbered copies;
- MC on pro-printed, high quality cassettes, limited to 300 handnumbered copies.

All versions have been hand-assemblied, so please excuse minor imperfections!
All printing is done in full-colour, on high-gloss, laminated paper!

A release of New Era Productions and Heidens Hart.
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Minacious zine: Nine tracks of relentless and fucking raw Pagan Black Metal fury. There are traces of Folk Metal in the music, as well as Thrash metal here and there. Really primitive riffing, yet with the occasional melodic touch. And the music has that oh so important dark atmosphere. This is a really good album, and if you are into Pagan Black metal I can really recommend this. Review on Le chant du grillon zine (French)
Forbidden magazine: "Now this is the release I have been waiting for!"