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CIRITH UNGOL ‘Frost And Fire’ out now

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Originally released on Halloween 1981, CIRITH UNGOL are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their landmark album, Frost and Fire, with special, multi-format re-issue packages set for release on December 17th, 2021.

Pre-Orders are available today at Metal Blade Records.
Available now at Metal Blade Records.
In 1981, CIRITH UNGOL, a little-known visionary quartet in Ventura, CA, released their debut album, Frost and Fire, via their own Liquid Flames Records imprint. In that unassuming moment, the course of heavy metal history changed forever.

Forty years on, legions of fans worldwide have been enraptured by these masters of the dark arts, and now CIRITH UNGOL invites fans to ride the black machine for a fond look back at the epic album Frost and Fire.
Frost and Fire will be available in an array of formats – 2 CD digibook with 20-page booklet, all digital platforms, and 2 LP with 8-page vinyl booklet.

All of these editions include both the 40th anniversary remix of the album and the album remastered from the original analog tapes. US vinyl variants will be available in 2 (two) colors – leaf green marbled, and Midnight blue marbled.

European versions will have 5 (five) variants: 180g black, camouflage green marbled, light grey marbled, golden yellow marbled, and silver.

Culled from the CIRITH UNGOL‘s private archives, a special limited-edition hardbound 50-page book will also be available – packed with rare photos, flyers and memorabilia, as well as detailed liner notes and essays by the band.

This artbook will be packaged with 4 CDs and 2 LPs (including all material from the regular editions), plus 2 additional CDs containing 14 demos of the album tracks and bonus content – interview, radio drops, answering machine tapes, phone calls.

 Frost and Fire Track Listing
CD 1 – 40th Anniversary Remix
1. Frost and Fire
2. I’m Alive
3.  A Little Fire
4. What Does It Take (Goldmine Mix)
5. Edge Of A Knife
6. Better Off Dead (Goldmine Mix)
7. Maybe That’s Why
CD 2 – 2021 Remaster From Original Tapes
1. Frost and Fire
2. I’m Alive
3.  A Little Fire
4. What Does It Take
5. Edge Of A Knife
6. Better Off Dead
7. Maybe That’s Why

CD 3 – Frost and Fire Demos
1. I’m Alive (Demo – April 23, 1977)
2. A Little Fire (Take 2 – April 23, 1977)
3. Edge Of A Knife (Take 2 – April 23, 1977)
4. I’m Alive (Demo – Sept 1980)
5. A Little Fire (Demo – Sept 1980)
6. Edge Of A Knife Demo – Sept 1980)
7. Maybe That’s Why (Demo – Full Band – Sept 1980)
8. Frost And Fire (Demo – Unknown Date)
9. A Little Fire (Guitar Demo)
10. What Does It Take (Demo – Unknown Date)
11. Better Off Dead (Demo – Unknown Date)
12. Maybe That’s Why (Demo – Unknown Date)
CD 4 – Rare Interviews and Fan Tapes
 1. KKBZ Radio Interview – Ventura, CA
2. KLOS Radio Local Show – Los Angeles, CA
3. Rock Punto 7 Radio Interview – CDMX, Mexico
4. Answering Machine Fan Messages

Frost and Fire Complete Variant Options:
– Artbook 4CD/2LP – Frost blue and fire orange marbled vinyl (limited to 2000 copies)
– Digibook CD
– 180g black vinyl (EU exclusive)
– Camouflage green marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 500 copies)
– Light grey marbled vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 300 copies)
– Golden yellow marbled vinyl (High Roller Records exclusive – limited to 200 copies)
– Silver vinyl (EU exclusive – limited to 300 copies)
– Leaf green marbled (US exclusive)
– Midnight blue marbled (US exclusive)

US: https://the-heavy-metal-store.myshopify.com/…/cirith…

Worldwide: https://cirithungolofficial.bandcamp.com/…/cirith-ungol…

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