FOSCOR Goes Old School As Part Of Their Tenth Anniversary Celebrations

February 17, 2013, 4 years ago

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Dark metallers FOSCOR, who have been celebrating the tenth anniversary of the recording of their first promo, have decided to go old-school by releasing live material in pro-tape format. Deu Anys Vers la Foscor, which translated from the band’s native Catalan means Ten Years Towards Darkness, was originally released as a DVD last year on the Darkwoods label and included live footage of the band’s appearance at the Sala KGB in Barcelona and it is the soundtrack of that appearance has been released on the tape.

The Pro-Tape of Deu Anys Vers la Foscor is strictly limited to 100 hand-numbered copies, and is released in February on Ruptura Records.

Tracklisting as follows:

Side A - Seny:

'I. Groans to the Guilty'

'II. Raids to Punishment'

'III. The Smile of the Sad Ones'

'IV. Searching a Seal of Pain (The Beauty)'

'V. Melangia

Side B - Rauxa:

'VI. El Palau dels Plors'

'VII. Al Cor de la Boscúria'

'VIII. The Other's Voice'

'IX. I Tornà de les Cendres'

Formed in 1997 in Barcelona, Spain, Foscor’s lineup comprises Falke (SOUL ASIDE, FAYRIERIE, ex-LUX DIVINA) and A.M. (ex-VIDRES A LA SANG) on guitars, Fiar (MELANGIA, DAWN OV HATE, CABESTRO, live session vocalist for GRAVEYARD) on Bass and Vocals and Nechrist (ex-SHEMHAMPHORASH) on drums. The band is currently working on their fourth full-length album, a follow up to 2009’s “Groans to the Guilty”, for which a label is currently being sought. Like many bands that started out initially playing pure black metal, Foscor have developed and expanded their sound, and the new album promises a few surprises. More information about Foscor can be found on the band’s

Foscor’s entire set from their 2012 appearance at the Aurora Infernalis Festival in Arnhem can be seen below:

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