This is a complete list of all unreleased and upcoming songs and recordings that features any of the eight Cirith Ungol members. Some of it will be relased, some of it will most probably never be released, and some of it hasn't even been recorded, but only written and/or played live. Cirith Ungol has composed over 300 songs, according to Robert Garven in the Iron Pages interview, 1994.
In addition to what is listed beneath, Cirith Ungol has also played covers of
The songs will be added to the list when it is known which songs they covered. The pre-Cirith Ungol band Titanic, played Beatles-covers. Also these will be added. If you have any additional info, please contact!
This is a list of stuff that has been planned, announced or scheduled, but delayed for various reasons. Some of it might be released some day, but there's no need to hold your breath!
Falcon/Triarchy split 7"
Metal Coven Records in Germany are talking to us right now about the possibility of releasing a 7" split single with one page from the British band Triarchy, and one page of Falcon material. Probably "Shelob's Lair" when it's re-recorded.
-Perry 19 Aug 2003
v/a - Tribute to the New Wave of British Heavy Metal
Falcon is currently selecting a song to cover for The Miskatonic Foundation's TRIBUTE TO THE NEW WAVE OF BRITISH HEAVY METAL compilation.
-Perry Grayson, 10 Sep 2003
Falcon/Ogre split 7"
We're talking to Metal Coven Records (Germany) about the possibility of a Falcon/Ogre split 7" single for you vinyl maniacs out there.
-Perry Grayson, 08 Mar 2004
Falcon - Falcon vinyl
The self-titled debut album was planned to be released on vinyl, first on Doomed Planet Records. Unfortunately, it never found it's way to the vinyl.
Falcon NEEDS to be on vinyl. No question about it! This style of music just has to be played LOUD on a turntable. But it also has to come out on CD, 'cause most people don't even own a turntable. But I'll be very disappointed if it doesn't get the vinyl treatment, with a nice gatefold cover.
-Perry Grayson, The Forgotten Scroll interview