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Reissue in digipack!
Ristampa in digipack!
1. A Dish Best Served Cold 07:49
2. No Rehab (Final Exit) 11:47
3. Negative Megalomania 11:40
4. The Scapegoat 11:39
5. Blood and Concrete 14:06
There's also an original cover artwork done by Herr Morbid. The label rejected the original because they felt it was "too dark", but it can be found inside the booklet.
The interludes "Malus Vivendi Part I-III" were composed by Nordvargr.
The song "Forgotten Tomb MMIII" is a reworked version of the track "Forgotten Tomb" originally released on the Obscura Arcana Mortis 2000 EP.
The band also recorded a cover of the Katatonia song "Nowhere" during these sessions, which can be found on the Katatonia tribute 2CD set "December Songs".
"Hurt Yourself and The Ones You Love" was recorded and mixed in Sound Suite Studios (Marseille, France) with Terje Refsnes (Carpathian Forest, Novembre, Gehenna, Destroyer 666) behind the knobs. Brad Boatright of Audiosiege Studio (Corrosion Of Conformity, Nails, Vallenfyre, Beastmilk, High On Fire) took care of the mastering in Portland (Oregon, USA).
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We Owe You Nothing" marks the highest point in Forgoten Tomb's constant evolution and once more makes it hard to narrow down its sound to some pre-existing labels. Effortlessly blending the eerie, dissonant black metal sound the band is well-known for with muscular sludge/doom riffs and a subtle, nihilistic punk attitude, "We Owe You Nothing" defines the band's personality more than ever, reaffirming its unique sound
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Regular black 12"LP (2018 re-release).
Long awaited and long time out-of-press re-master of the band’s classic album.
Limited edition with unreleased pictures and new liner notes by Herr Morbid himself.
Includes bonus track.
A must-have for all the fans of the band as
Nihilistic Estrangement", FORGOTTEN TOMB's tenth studio album, opens a new chapter in the enduring history of the band and at the same time celebrates it through its stylistically eclectic tracklist which includes nods to the band's whole back-catalogue; from its early, depressive black metal roots (a genre FORGOTTEN TOMB was crucial in defining) to eerily dark blues/rock passages and finally exploring different shades of extreme doom.
The album is enriched by retro-elegance thanks to the vintage analogue techniques that were used in the studio during its recording process, giving it a timeless appeal. "Nihilistic Estrangement" is a highly refreshing album that perfectly captures the very essence of FORGOTTEN TOMB