With this email we want to inform you about the start of Blacklight Records and the release of Slechtvalk’s The War that Plagues the Land on 12 inch VINYL.

In the year 2002, Fear Dark Records released The War that Plagues the Lands on CD format. The second full-length album of the legendary Dutch black metal band Slechtvalk. In no time, the album reached the number two position of the Lowlands Top 50, the most important metal chart in the Netherlands.
Now for the first Slechtvalk will be released on vinyl!

Shamgar – vocals, guitars
Ohtar – guitars/vocals
Nath – Bass
Grimbold – drums, vocals
Sorgier – keyboards
Fionnghuala – soprano

SIDE A: Of Slumber and Death – A Plea for the King – From Behind the Trees – My Last Call

SIDE B: The Falcon’s Flight – A Call in the Night – And Thus it Burns – Burying the Dead – War of the Ancients – The Dragon’s Children

RELEASE 18-08-2011
Dark silver colored vinyl  – 12” 33 rpm
Including fullcolor inlay with all lirics

About Blacklight records

Blacklight Records was founded in the spring of 2011, with the mission of producing the highest quality vinyl records. We focus on producing limited edition releases on vinyl of legendary albums that never were heard in this way before. Although most people thought that vinyl records would never make a comeback, it is a fact that the real and diehard music lovers still prefer real and true products. Therefore, vinyl records still dominate the collections of many music fans all over the world. And even the younger generation of music lovers that has grown up with bits and bytes, discovered more and more the beauty of vinyl and the feeling it gives when the needle hits the record for the first time.

Listening to music is more than having a sound in the background. Not like the music you hear in big supermarkets and shopping malls. Real music is emotion, it’s happiness, it’s anger, and it reaches into your heart never to come out again. It is a way of life.

With this definition of music in mind, we started Blacklight Records. A back to the roots experience because we focus on music we really love. We don’t only concentrate on one specific style of music, but enjoy the whole spectrum of music and let this guide our choices in what we produce or not.

If you want more information about Blacklight Records of the release of Slechtvalk’s The War that Plagues the Land please feel free and contact us via www.blacklight-records.com or email us info@blacklight-records.com

Arjen Staal
Blacklight Records
www.blacklight-records.com
info@blacklight-records.com

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