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The age of the gods is ushered in

On April 1st, 2016, Finnish pagan metal act MOONSORROW will release its brand-new, seventh studio album ‘Jumalten Aika’ – which means ‘The Age Of Gods’ in English – via Century Media Records. The limited edition 2CD formats come with a strictly limited patch as well as a bonus disc including cover versions of GRAVE’s ‘Soulless’ and also ROTTING CHRIST’s ‘Non Serviam’, for which the band just launched a static video.

MOONSORROW’s Henri Sorvali comments: “WE DO NOT SERVE.

“Everyone in Moonsorrow has been a great Rotting Christ-fan since the early 90´s and with our version of this song we wanted not only to honour the band but also give the credit how much we have been influenced by them throughout our history. With our hails and deepest respect to our brothers in Hellas, we proudly present our interpretation of their creation: Non Serviam.”

ROTTING CHRIST frontman Sakis Tolis comments: “The Non Serviam dictum is more topical than ever nowadays and we are more than honored, that the Great Finish Pagan Metal Warriors, Moonsorrow, have honored it and gave their own vision on how our early 90’s song can also sound nowadays. We all in the band find their creation amazing and we send our respect to the north. Keep the spirit alive!”

‘Jumalten Aika’ is available for pre-order at CMDistro and EMP and will be available in the following physical formats:

–       Ltd. 2CD Mediabook & Patch – European edition
–       Ltd. 2CD Digipak & Patch – US edition
–       Gatefold black 2LP+CD
–       Gatefold white 2LP+CD – (EU exclusive), limited to 100 copies, SOLD OUT
–       Gatefold transparent green 2LP+CD – exclusive, limited to 200 copies
–       Gatefold clear 2LP+CD – distributed via RED in the US, limited to 400 copies
–       Gatefold silver 2LP+CD – (US webshop exclusive), limited to 200 copies
–       Jewelcase CD

The digital version of ‘Jumalten Aika’ can be pre-ordered at one of the following outlets:

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