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They played their last live show for twenty-five years on December 13, 1991 and disbanded in 1992 following frustration with their record label.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.truemetal.org/cirithungol/page.php?page_id=150 |website=Truemetal.org|title=Cirith Ungol Comeback}}</ref>
They played their last live show for twenty-five years on December 13, 1991 and disbanded in 1992 following frustration with their record label.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.truemetal.org/cirithungol/page.php?page_id=150 |website=Truemetal.org|title=Cirith Ungol Comeback}}</ref>
=== 1992–2016 ===
=== Inactivity ===
In 2001, [[Metal Blade Records]] released in Germany ”Servants of Chaos”, a compilation album of unreleased demos and live songs.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.metalhead.it/?p=2692 |website=Metalhead.it|title=Cirith Ungol}}</ref> With old tapes and assistance from Lindstrom and Garven, it was an attempt to give fans a wealth of archival and previously unheard material before the tapes deteriorated beyond retrieval. This double-CD was later re-released worldwide, with a rare 1984 live DVD recorded at [[Reseda Country Club|Wolf & Rissmiller’s Country Club]] in California.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.truemetal.org/cirithungol/page.php?page_id=157 |website=Truemetal.org|title=Cirith Ungol}}</ref>
In 2001, [[Metal Blade Records]] released in Germany ”Servants of Chaos”, a compilation album of unreleased demos and live songs.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.metalhead.it/?p=2692 |website=Metalhead.it|title=Cirith Ungol}}</ref> With old tapes and assistance from Lindstrom and Garven, it was an attempt to give fans a wealth of archival and previously unheard material before the tapes deteriorated beyond retrieval. This double-CD was later re-released worldwide, with a rare 1984 live DVD recorded at [[Reseda Country Club|Wolf & Rissmiller’s Country Club]] in California.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.truemetal.org/cirithungol/page.php?page_id=157 |website=Truemetal.org|title=Cirith Ungol}}</ref>
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In August 2018, Cirith Ungol released the single “Witch’s Game”. The full-length album ”[[Forever Black]]” followed in 2020. <ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Cirith_Ungol/Forever_Black/827795|title=Forever Black|website=Metal Archives|access-date=April 25, 2022}}</ref>
In August 2018, Cirith Ungol released the single “Witch’s Game”. The full-length album ”[[Forever Black]]” followed in 2020. <ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Cirith_Ungol/Forever_Black/827795|title=Forever Black|website=Metal Archives|access-date=April 25, 2022}}</ref>
=== Retirement ===
In October 2023, Cirith Ungol announced that they will retire from performing live at the end of 2024.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://bravewords.com/news/cirith-ungol-announces-retirement-from-live-performances-at-the-end-of-2024|title=CIRITH UNGOL Announces Retirement From Live Performances At The End Of 2024|magazine=[[Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles]]|access-date=October 12, 2023|date=October 12, 2023}}</ref>
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