SONNE ADAM To Release ‘Messengers Of Desolate Ways’ Collection

Israel-based old-school death metallers SONNE ADAM will release a CD collection of their three vinyl-only EPs in September. “Messengers Of Desolate Ways” will consist of the EPs “Armed With Hammers”, “The Sun Is Dead” and “Doctrines Of Dark Devotion” (a brand new MLP to be released on vinyl through Imperium Productions) as well as three previously unreleased songs.

Containing a total of 15 tracks, an overall playing time of more than 80 minutes and magnificent cover artwork by Metastasis.com (PARADISE LOST, ULVER, MORBID ANGEL, WATAIN), “Messengers Of Desolate Ways” “will be another prime example of dark sepulchral death metal,” according to a press release.

“Messengers Of Desolate Ways” track listing:

01. Hater Of Mankind
02. The Day I Chose To Rot
03. World Of Everlasting Darkness
04. Bestow The Crown Of Death
05. The Deceiver Of The Desolations
06. Olam Belehavoth
07. Funeral Marches To The Grave (originally by THORNS)
08. The Way
09. Armed With Hammers
10. The Serpents Harvest
11. I Dream The Devil Sign
12. No Blood Flow
13. The Sun Is Dead
14. Inside His Mark
15. Funeral Marches To The Grave (originally bv THORNS, Melek-Tha mix)

Track 1-6 are taken from the “Doctrines Of Dark Devotion” MLP
Tracks 8-11 are taken from the “Armed With Hammers” EP
Tracks 13-14 are taken from the “The Sun Is Dead” EP
Tracks, 7, 12 and 15 are previously unreleased tracks

“Messengers Of Desolate Ways” will be sold only on SONNE ADAM‘s upcoming European tour with GRAVE, which kicks off in early September. It will be made available through regular distribution later in 2012.

SONNE ADAM‘s debut album, “Transformation”, was released in April 2011 via Century Media Records.

The history of SONNE ADAM (which roughly translates into “hate humanity” in Hebrew) dates back to 2007 when a young Israeli duo consisting of Davidov (all instruments) and Dahan (vocals) started a musical project to create “death metal in the vein of early PARADISE LOST but with a more shamelessly evil and blasphemous touch and some MORBID ANGEL thrown in the mix.” The band’s first recording was an EP titled “The Sun Is Dead” (which so far remains unreleased), followed by another EP called “Armed With Hammers”, which caught the attention of underground label Imperium Productions from Germany, which subsequently released it on seven-inch vinyl in 2010. The resulting underground buzz culminated in renowned German magazine Rock Hard naming it “Demo Of The Month” and predicting the band to become a hot topic among all death metal maniacs.

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