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Sorcier Des Glaces announces 3 new albums for 2011.

"Expect the three releases to be total cold primitive music! In our opinion
far better than everything we have done in the past (Snowland in 1997 and
Moonrise in Total Darkness in 1999). Everything gets darker, colder,
primal.... engulfed in a sombre melancholic atmosphere. Some riffs are very
old, composed even before our first album!"

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Hopefully at least one of these gets released.

Hopefully at least one of these gets released.

Yeah, I'm reminded of when Demoncy announced three new albums would come out in one year about a decade ago.  One managed to come out in a reasonable time frame.  We're still awaiting the rest!
"Love thy neighbour" is a fucking joke, for few are worthy of my love.

Hopefully at least one of these gets released.

haha, no doubt.  that being said, I hope Msgr. Ice Wizard proves you wrong!
His Majesty at the Swamp / Black Arts Lead to Everlasting Sins / Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism / Oath of Black Blood / Privilege of Evil / Dawn of Possession / In Battle There is No Law / Thousand Swords / To Mega Therion

Hmmm, three albums in one year. Sounds pretty nuts to me. I'm definitely looking forward to it, though I always get that scared feeling before I listen to a new release from a band I like because I think "What if this is the one where this great band starts sucking?" I absolutely adore the first Sorcier des Glaces album and the second one is pretty awesome too.

World War I as the End of Civilization.
Tolkien as a Libertarian.
Sammaellofi:So for now on, when someone asks you what good metal is, don't say Slayer, Darkthrone, Morbid Angel, but instead say Hell Awaits, Transilvanian Hunger and Blessed are the Sick.

http://www.myspace.com/sorcierdesglaces666

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Meh... Might be kind of interesting if I hadn't heard this before, but it just feels derivative of everything they've already done, which, while good B+ material, doesn't really justify another incarnation of itself. Even Moonrise in Total Darkness was a bit stale, despite the technical improvement in playing skills and production.

Maybe the full album and time will change my opinion, but this doesn't get me very hopeful.