RAGNAROK premiere title track from new album “Non Debellicata” via Spotify

Norwegian black metallers RAGNAROK unveil title track from their upcoming ninth studio album “Non Debellicata”, out November 15th worldwide via Agonia Records. The single is available for listening via Spotify, at this link:

Previously the band released two other singles: “The Great Destroyer” (which can be listened to here) and “Chapel Of Shadows” (watch its video here). 

For over two decades RAGNAROK have been giving fans their uncompromising take on Norwegian Black Metal, both in the studio and on stage. The band gives us an insight into what went into the making of “Non Debellicata”, an album in which RAGNAROK‘s entire line-up of founder and frontman Jontho, guitarist Bolverk, bassist Rammr and drummer Malignant, had a significant input:

“Our new album, Non Debellicata, is the result of an extensive process in which all the members of the band participated creatively, both musically and lyrically.  We put a lot of work into this album to make it as extreme and violent as we possibly could, pushing the borders of our musicianship and song writing skills. Originally we started out with 20 songs, out of which we rehearsed 16 and whittled it down to 13 for recording. We eventually chose 10 for inclusion on the album, because we wanted to ensure highest possible quality of every song”.  

As for the title itself:

“Non Debellicata, refers to a phrase used as the motto for our home town Saropsborg in the olden days. It is taken from letter Jarl Alv Erlingsson sent to the Scottish Government in 1286. Aside from being a nobleman and the Jarl (Earl) of Sarpsborg, Alv was also an infamous pirate who was in the habit of robbing Danish and German merchant ships”. 

“The Scottish government had confiscated a number of Norwegian ships and Jarl Alv wrote them a letter, in which he said that maybe they were under the impression that Norway was weak after being at war for several years. But assured them that they would learn that the Norwegian people were not weakened by the war and would never be defeated”. 

“Non Debellicata. The people of Norway would never give up – and neither will Ragnarok!”.

“Non Debellicata” was recorded in Sweden’s Endarker Studio, with Marduk‘s Devo at the helm, and with artwork by Nestor Avalos and photos by Arash Taheri.

1. Non Debellicata
2. Chapel of Shadows
3. Sanctimoneous
4. Bestial Emptiness
5. Nemesis
6. The Great Destroyer
7. Gerasene Demoniac
8. The Gospel of Judas Iscariot
9. Jonestown Lullaby
10.  Asphyxiation

Formats:– jewelcase CD,
– limited slipcase digipack CD (with bonus tracks),
– black LP,
– red LP,
– t-shirt. 

Jontho – vocals
Bolverk – guitars 
Rammr – bass  
Malignant – drums

To celebrate the album’s release, RAGNAROK are set to support US death metallers Immolation on a 21-date European tour, “The Last Atonement”, in November of 2019. Accompanying them on the tour will be Austria’s Monument Of Misanthropy and Italy’s Embryo

Before departing on the tour, RAGNAROK will launch the album with a show at Glenghuset in their hometown of Sarpsborg, on the 2nd November, in which they will also be celebrating the band’s 25th Anniversary. Details at available here

02.11 (NO) Sarpsborg / Glenghuset*
07.11. (GER) Munster / Sputnikhalle
08.11. (HOL) Amersfoort / Flour033
09.11. (HOL) Tilburg / de Nieuwe Vorst
10.11. (HOL) Enschede / Metropool
13.11. (ITA) Milan / Slaughter Club
14.11. (ITA) Rome / Traffic
15.11. (ITA) San Dova di Piave / Revolver
16.11. (CH) Sion / Le Port Franc
17.11. (GER) Trier / Mergener Hof
18.11. (FR) Niort / Camji
19.11. (FR) Paris / Backstage
21.11. (UK) Manchester / Rebellion
22.11. (UK) London / The Dome
23.11. (HOL) Rotterdam / Baroeg
24.11. (BEL) Namur / Belvedere
26.11. (GER) Munich / Backstage
27.11. (CZ) Praga / Nova Chmelnice
28.11. (POL) Bielsko Biała / Rudeboy
29.11. (POL) Łódź / Magnetofon
30.11. (GER) Berlin / Lido
01.12. (POL) Poznań / U Bazyla
20.12. (NO) Oslo / Bla** 

* Non Debellicata release party / Ragnarok only
** Ragnarok only


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