Tuesday, January 29, 2008


Today, Prophecy Productions announces that it will take its first steps on Vinland soil with three new releases: Drautran's "Throne of the Depths," Farsot's "IIII," and Helrunar's "Baldr Ok Iss." These three albums will be Prophecy's introductory releases into North America, and will be released on April 29th, 2008. Prophecy has teamed up in North America with Season of Mist, Caroline (Usa) and FAB (Canada) for distribution of its releases.

Prophecy Productions began in 1996 in Zeltingen-Rachtig, Germany. Its focus was and always will be to release high-quality "eerie-emotional music", i.e. dark, emotional music of all varieties, in an aesthetically satisfying manner.With nearly 100 lavishly packaged releases to its name, Prophecy has always prided itself on both quality and quantity, offering listeners two other branches of the label: Lupus Lounge, specializing in black metal, pagan metal and beyond, and Auerbach Tontr├Ąger, specializing in contemporary folk music in the widest sense of the word, and thus also covering the so-called neo-folk genre.

As a result, Prophecy has introduced to the world such unique and groundbreaking acts as Empyrium, The Vision Bleak, Dornenreich, Tenhi, In The Woods…, Green Carnation, Secrets of the Moon, Orplid, Alcest and Antimatter. In 2008, Prophecy plans to release further new releases by Negura Bunget, Todesbonden, Klimt 1918, Dornenreich, Tenhi, and Secrets of the Moon.


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