One of the laws of physics states something on the lines that "for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction". Correspondingly, one of the unwritten laws of the Hugin universe is that "for every CD release, there is an equal alternative tape release".
And here, in the case of the "Sanguis" release, is further roof of this very theory.
Sporting a black and white cover image that mirrors that found on the fold-out digipak CD version, this release contains the same 4 audio tracks as the aforesaid digital release, losing only the bonus video track (naturally) from its contents.
Full details of the review of this album can be found in the earlier post of 17 July 2009, where you may recall Nazgul's comments about the mastering/production techniques that rather overshadowed the music on offer. You may also recall that this is not actually the first time that "Sanguis" has actually appeared on tape, as a unique red-cased version (combining with the original "Blut" demo tracks) was most generously created for Nazgul by Hugin, and covered in these pages on 9 January 2010 and, for inexplicable reasons, failed to enter into the Top Ten Hrossharsgrani rarities post in May of this year!
Great to see Wulfrune Worxx in full flight again (this was, as you may know, the old Chanteloup Creations label that issued many of Hugin's early demos) and long may that relationship continue.