GREEN CARNATION premiere single ‘Leaves of Yesteryear’ via Prog Magazine

Norwegian progressive metal act GREEN CARNATION have teamed up with PROG magazine for the premiere of the single and music video for “Leaves of Yesteryear”. The video, made by Costin Chioreanu, can be viewed at the link below. The new album is set for worldwide released on May 8th via Season of Mist. Pre-orders are available HERE.

Watch the music video via PROG Magazine here: https://www.loudersound.com/news/green-carnation-premiere-video-for-leaves-of-yesteryear-with-prog

Founding member and guitarist Tchort comments: “We are super-excited to finally release new music and our first-time-ever music video. Costin did a great job to interpret the moods and lyrics of the song. We think the viewers will find new meanings in the visual side of the song and discover new elements for each time they see it. Enjoy!”

GREEN CARNATION – Leaves of Yesteryear (Official Music Video)
Video made by Costin Chioreanu / Twilight 13 Media

The cover artwork was created by Niklas Sundin and can be found below together with the tracklist.

Tracklist
1. Leaves of Yesteryear (08:03)
2. Sentinels (05:42)
3. My Dark Reflections of Life and Death (15:36)
4. Hounds (10:10)
5. Solitude (05:05)
Total: 0:44:36

Norwegian prog/avantgarde metal act GREEN CARNATION announced their return to the international metal scene for the anniversary of their cult classic ‘Light of Day, Day of Darkness’ in 2016. After a successful comeback with festival appearances and special shows both in Europe and North America, the Norwegians are ready to release their first new record in 14 years.

GREEN CARNATION from Kristiansand, Norway, was founded as early as 1990. After founding member Tchort joined legends-to-be EMPEROR and continued in SATYRICON and EINHERJER, the band was laid to rest until their debut album ‘A Journey To The End Of The Night’ came out in 2000. Following a period with line-up changes, 2001 marked the release of the bands epic ‘Light of Day, Day of Darkness’.

With their albums ‘A Blessing in Disguise’ (2003) and ‘The Quiet Offspring’ (2005), GREEN CARNATION shifted towards a more rock orientated style, before they surprised everyone with the stripped-down record ‘Acoustic Verses’ in 2006. What followed in the same year is perhaps one of the most spectacular DVD recordings metal history. The band played a show in the mountains, under a 30-meter-high dam. Only a year later, GREEN CARNATION disbanded.

After playing their first reunion show in 2016 and a few more in the following years, the musicians decided it was time to write new material. At the end of 2019, GREEN CARNATION entered the studio with producer Endre Kirkesola (ABBATH, IN VAIN and SOLEFALD), to record ‘Leaves of Yesteryear’.

The album is partially a retrospect on the band’s career, as the progressive metal act pays homage to their past and to their heroes with the re-recording of the classic song ‘My Dark Reflections of Life and Death’ and the BLACK SABBATH-cover ‘Solitude’. With new songs such as ‘Leaves of Yesteryear’, the fans will get a taste of what is to come.Photo: Petter Sandell

Line-up:
Kjetil Nordhus – vocals
Tchort – guitars
Bjørn Harstad – guitars
Stein Roger Sordal – bass
Kenneth Silden – keys
Jonathan Alejandro Perez – drums

Recording studio: dUbStudios

Producer / sound engineer: Endre Kirkesola

Mixing studio and engineer: dUbStudios / Endre Kirkesola

Mastering studio and engineer: Maor Appelbaum Mastering // Maor Appelbaum

Cover Art: Nikas Sundin // Cabin Fever Media

Links
www.facebook.com/greencarnationnorway
https://www.instagram.com/green2carnation/
www.greencarnationmusic.com

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