Zolfo presents a reissue of Nazgûl's De Expugnatione Elfmuth, originally released in 2002. Nazgûl was a mysterious two-piece band formed in 1996 in Monreale, a small village right outside of Palermo, Sicily. Their peculiar history and the consequent "cult" status, built within the extreme metal scene, makes them a story all their own. Inspired by Tolkien's literature (Nazgûl is a word from the "Black Speech" used to indicate the nine men corrupted by Sauron, and transformed into his dark and deathless servants) and the first wave of European black metal, Zakrathor (vocals, keyboards, drums) and Thornset (guitar, bass) released their Omne Est Paratum demos in 1998.
These demos were recognized by the Sicilian cult label Elegy, who released their astonishing debut full length De Expugnatione Elfmuth in 2002. The sound of total mayhem and pure black metal craziness, mixed with medieval melodies sung completely in Latin make De Expugnatione Elfmuth impossible to imitate. Probably the most wonderful example of folk-black metal that ever existed, De Expugnatione Elfmuth is released on vinyl for the first time on 180g LP with deluxe gatefold jacket packaging. A true authentic underground legend!