CARACH ANGREN are premiering the third amazing track of their forthcoming new album, ‘Dance and Laugh amongst the Rotten’ in the shape of a stunning animated video with lyrics, which has been created by renowned Romanian artist, Costin Chioreanu.

The Dutch masters of horror metal will release ‘Dance and Laugh amongst the Rotten’ on  June 16th.

The animated video for the song “Blood Queen” is now streaming via the Season of Mist video channel and may be freely spread at the link below.

CARACH ANGREN comment: “We are extremely proud to present you the horror that is ‘Blood Queen’. This cruel and sad tale surrounding her fate that we have brought alive in an intense musical is now wrenching your gut through the incredibly imagery created by Costin Chioreanu. He has given our dark vision a more than fitting frame. This clip is more than just another ‘lyric video’ but an artistic merger of song and image. We are proud that our work of passion also led to Costin really outdoing himself once again.”

On further news, CARACH ANGREN have just been nominated in the “newcomer” category of the prestigious German Metal Hammer Awards for the 2017 edition. The ceremony will take place at the Kesselhaus in Berlin, Germany on September 15th.

More information can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/mkme8mj

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1. Opening (2:17)
2. Charlie (4:10)
3. Blood Queen (4:55)
4. Charles Francis Coghlan (6:07)
5. Song for the Dead (4:16)
6. In De Naam Van De Duivel (6:29)
7. Pitch Black Box (3:17)
8. The Possession Process (4:27)
9. Three Times Thunder Strikes (5:19)

Total playing time: 41:16

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