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DARK SYMPHONIES / THE CRYPT is honored to announce our cooperation with New Renaissance Records and New Hampshire / Massachusetts based Technical Death / Thrash band TERRAHSPHERE to reissue their one and only 1991 album Third In Order Of The Sun! This will be the first time ever on CD or LP that the songs "Terracoustic and "I The Beast" will be featured as they were only ever available before on cassette format.
Additionally, we will be including the band's 1988 Demo "Externally Scarred", when the band played as "Gaffinbash".
This reissue CD is designed after the original 1992 demo release and will feature the original reversible cover artwork, taking elements from the original layout with attention to detail, even down to the logo and typeface for a touch of nostalgia. Also included are unpublished classic band photos, flyers and brand new liner notes from original founding member Kari Kainulainen.
Brilliantly played, intense thrash metal with amazing and completely unique vocals, giving the band a sound all it's own. Best described as a hybrid of REALM (USA), AGENT STEEL (USA) and CYNIC (USA) with touches of ATHEIST (USA) and WATCHTOWER (USA) thrown in for good measure. Guaranteed to satisfy all fans of technical extreme metal!
This CD will include a 16 page booklet, designed after the original 1991 New Renaissance Records release, taking elements from the original layout with attention to detail, even down to the logo and typeface for a touch of nostalgia. Also included are classic, unpublished band photos brand new liner notes from original founding member and vocalist Frank Sarcia.
Additionally, a Japanese-style OBI-Strip will be included.
CD limited to 1000 copies worldwide! Stay away from BOOTLEGS! Support the band and official releases!!
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