IMMORTAL Confirmed For Next Year's HELLFEST, WACKEN OPEN AIR Festivals

Reunited Norwegian black metallers IMMORTAL will perform at next year's Hellfest and Wacken Open Air festivals, set to take place June 18-20 in Clisson, France and August 5-7 in Wacken, Germany, respectively.

IMMORTAL will release its new album, "All Shall Fall", in North America on October 6 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD, which will be issued in Europe on September 25, was recorded at Grieghallen and Abyss studios in Norway and Sweden, respectively.

James Minton of U.K.'s Terrorizer magazine recently posted an exclusive track-by-track breakdown of "All Shall Fall".

"All Shall Fall" track listing:

01. All Shall Fall
02. The Rise Of Darkness
03. Hordes To War
04. Norden On Fire
05. Arctic Swarm
06. Mount North
07. Unearthly Kingdom

Check out the cover artwork below.

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