SHADOWTHRONE – release EMPEROR’s cover “Ancient Queen”

Italian symphonic black metallers SHADOWTHRONE pay tribute to EMPEROR with cover of “Ancient Queen”, an anthem taken from the cult demo “Wrath Of The Tyrant”. The song is featured on the digital version of their new album “Elements’ Blackest Legacy”, released on September 27th 2019 via Non Serviam Records.

Get the digital track HERE:

Listen to the song HERE

We wanted to cover a song of the band Emperor, and we have chosen ‘Ancient Queen’, because it’s a great track taken from their demo ‘Wrath of the Tyrant’. The band never re-released it on the following records. The riff and the style of this song are really atmospheric and far away from the sun. So we wanted to record a ShadowThrone version of it”, explains the band.

More about “Elements’ Blackest Legacy”
“Path Of Decay”
“Black Dove Upon My Shoulder”

“Elements’ Blackest Legacy” features a more powerful and black metal-oriented sound along with a cold and sidereal dimension. Death/black metal riffs, epic synths sound and violent growls/screams are the elements for a blackest legacy of a new black metal era.

The album has been produced by ShadowThrone and mixed and mastered by Riccardo Studer (STORMLORD). The obscure artwork has been created by dark/occult artist Nestor Avalos (DARK FUNERALROTTING CHRISTMOONSPELLVITAL REMAINS, a.o.).

Order “Elements’ Blackest Legacy” as digipak CD and digital now:

“Elements’ Blackest Legacy” track listing:
1. Endless Dance Of The Universe
2. Black Dove Upon My Shoulder
3. All Is One
4. Curse Of The Royal Blood
5. Descent
6. Every Moment Burns In My Chest
7. Path Of Decay
8. ShadowThrone
9. L’Autunno Di Bacco
10. Faded And Cold Humanity

More info:

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