Iconic Norwegian black metallers RAGNAROK have announced album details of their eagerly anticipated eighth studio installment, “Psychopathology”. The record is set for release on 25th of March on Agonia Records and is now available to pre-order via the label’s webshop. The band that has been active for over twenty years on the metal scene, have completed work on their new album in Endarker Studio (Sweden) with MARDUK’s bassist Devo behind the console. Cover artwork made by Marcelo Vasco (Slayer, Machine Head, Dimmu Borgir) and track listing are available below.
RAGNAROK took everyone by surprise announcing a bold role-swap in their line-up. “Psychopathology” will be the first album in RAGNAROK’s history that doesn’t feature founder Jontho on drums. Having taken over the role of frontman, his place behind the drum kit is taken by DAUDEN drummer Malignant, who joined the band in 2014. Bolverk, is on guitars, and DezeptiCunt makes his swansong appearance with the band on bass as he leaves to concentrate on new projects.
Founder and frontman Jontho had this to say about fans can expect from the album: “Your wait will finally come to an end in 2016 when we release “Psychopathology”, our eighth full-length album. I can say with absolute certainty that this album will be the best in RAGNAROK’s career to date. It is the result of dedication, hard work, and the musical skills of our lineup, and is the next stage in the band’s development, both musically and lyrically. “Psychopathology” is about to unleash total chaos upon you as it invites you to dive deeper into the dark recesses of the human mind”.
“Psychopathology” track listing:
1. Dominance and Submission
2. I Hate
4. My Creator
5. Infernal Majesty
7. Into The Abyss
8. The Eighth Of The Seven Plagues
11. Where Dreams Come To Die
– Jewelcase CD.
– Limited black vinyl.
– Limited to 133 handnumbrered copies transparent brown vinyl with red, yellow, white and blue splatter.
– Limited to 666 numbered copies CD BOX including the new album in CD format, a pin with a logo, poster, booklet with rare footage and old interview, and a bonus compilation CD “Chaos and insanity between 1994-2004” (featuring all of the band’s early demos and EP’s).
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