Upcoming In Mordor Where The Shadows Are: Homage to Summoning

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A three CD Summoning tribute album of covers is coming out this December from Wolfspell Records.

Box will be made from dyed black paper with 3D silver rites and runes on it. Inside 3 jewel case CDs – with full booklets.

Songs and participants list:

Mesarthim – Grey Havens
Druadan Forest – Beyond Bloodred Horizons
Azaghal – Where Winters Forever Cry
Thy Light – Lugburz
Oþalan – The passing of the grey company
Evilfeast – Morthond
Xaosis – Marching Homewards
Kalmankantaja – Through the Forest of Dol Guldur
Galdur – Angbands Schmieden
Wyrd feat. V-KhaoZ – Nightshade Forests
Avathar (Fin) – Elfstone
Wędrujący Wiatr – Like Some Snow-White Marble Eyes
Midnight Odyssey – Where Hope and Daylight Die
Mirkwood – The Rotting Horse On The Deadly Ground
Severoth – A distant Flame Before the Sun
Emyn Muil – Menegroth
Eldamar – Land Of The Dead
Elderwind – Flammifer
Caladan Brood – TBA

7 thoughts on “Upcoming In Mordor Where The Shadows Are: Homage to Summoning

  1. Vangelis rules says:

    Would be nice if the Ice Ages albums got reissued.

  2. harsh critiquer of vest patcheses says:

    i cannot wait to never listen to this

  3. squishy crackers that got rained on says:

    i was excited about this at first but after looking at the tracklist it looks like its going to suck ass, by and large

  4. fghjmkhj6 says:

    Sounds weak. One or two OK versions; lots of poor execution, missed key changes, melodic details etc.

  5. AK-47 says:

    I don’t know any of those bands except Caladan Brood, and they’re terrible. Their ‘Tolkien’ is Steven Erikson and his Malazan Book of the Fallen is some of the worst hack shit I’ve ever tried reading.

  6. OK, I'LL DO IT says:

    I confess I have just gotten into Summoning, it is like some of the best music was hiding under my nose for years and I know I wrote em off a long time ago. The negative feedback I see the most for them is “it’s not black metal nor metal” but I also like a lot of olden electronic music (I think many are lost on this aspect) and also Graveland, so they’re really hitting the spot at the moment.

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