In 2008 Swedish post-metal band Cult of Luna unleashed their storming fifth full-length effort Eternal Kingdom. The collective offered up a stronger, heavier sound here taking inspiration from a diary discovered in their rehearsal space written by a mental patient imprisoned for the murder of his wife. The concept follows the imaginary world the patient built to explain the murder, involving bizarre half human/half animal characters, and ultimately blaming the death on someone else. Recorded at the world renowned Tonteknik Studios (Refused, In Flames, Poison the Well) Eternal Kingdom harks back to their earlier albums and draws comparison with the most accomplished work of Neurosis and Isis. At long last, Eternal Kingdom is available on vinyl once more. The first pressing of this album sold out on pre-order way back when the album was originally released and has never been reprinted until this lavish double vinyl edition!