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Wolves in the Throne Room Relapse

Posted by Loren on August 1, 2020

Wolves in the Throne Room Relapse
photo by Peter Beste

Olympia, WA's Wolves in the Throne Room have joined forces with Relapse Records for their next full-length, which the label anticipates will be ready in 2021.

In a statement, the band says:

We are proud to announce our collaboration with Relapse Records. As fans of the label since the early days, we are excited to be working with such capable folks. We are currently crafting our forthcoming record which will be released in North America by Relapse in alliance with Century Media who will be handling the rest of the world. More news to be announced very soon.

The band most recently released Thrice Woven in 2017. Their forthcoming record will be the group's seventh full-length.

Wolves in the Throne Room Relapse
photo by Peter Beste

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