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RAGE Release Track By Track Documentary For Songs On New Album "Seasons Of The Black"





Rage Release Track By Track Documentary


The creativity and productivity of the German heavy metal trio RAGE seems to have no limits. Little over a year after the successful "The Devil Strikes Again", RAGE are set to deliver their new, 23rd studio album, "Seasons Of The Black", which will be released on July 28th.

They have released their first track by track documentary, in which the trio talks about the first four songs of the new album. If you want to get more info about 'Seasons Of The Black', 'Serpents In Disguise', 'Blackened Karma' and 'Time Will Tell', watch the clip, here: https://youtu.be/lM4Fh9dYxnw

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More on Seasons Of The Black:
Studio trailer #1: https://youtu.be/a1rY3xK3Q0w
Studio trailer #2: https://youtu.be/8GCpFLTvMvg
Studio trailer #3: https://youtu.be/TcZsNTngpxU
Album Trailer #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p82TWz1678o
Album Trailer #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN-ByL_ZzmE
Album Trailer #4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0i5muEqxkU
Album Trailer #5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrAlr0A1Wi0
'Blackened Karma': https://youtu.be/f_OB6hO9ONE
'Adoration': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMCJz-BJoCs

"Seasons Of The Black" was recorded in February / March 2017 at Megafon Studios (Burscheid, Germany) and at Soundchaser Studios (Zandhoven, Belgium). Its production was handled by RAGE, whilst the renowned Dan Swanö (MARDUK, OPETH, KATATONIA) took care of the mix and mastering at Unisound Studios(Grefrath, Germany). The cover artwork was created by Karim König.

Seasons Of The Black Track Listing:
CD
01. Season Of The Black
02. Serpents In Disguise
03. Blackened Karma
04. Time Will Tell
05. Septic Bite
06. Walk Among The Dead
07. All We Know Is Not
08. The Tragedy Of Man - Gaia
09. The Tragedy Of Man - Justify
10. The Tragedy Of Man - Bloodshed In Paradise
11. The Tragedy Of Man - Farewell

Bonus CD - »Avenger Revisited«
01. Adoration
02. Southcross Union
03. Assorted By Satan
04. Faster Than Hell
05. Sword Made Of Steel
06. Down To The Bone

These bonus tracks originate from the time when RAGE was still called AVENGER. Peavy comments: "It was really nice to re-record the songs from my first years of being a musician! I remember quite well how the songs were created. I always thought that it's a pity that most of the people don't know these songs, just because they were released with another band name. For me it was always clear that these songs are kind of timeless and when we played them together it was really awesome! Back then, we couldn't realise our ideas as good as today. When you listen to the new recordings you will recognise how fantastic these songs really are!"




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