APOLOKIA To Release Debut Album In February
APOLOKIA, Italy's "most controversial, nihilist and hateful black metal band," will release its long-awaited debut album, "Kathaarian Vortex", on February 11, 2013 via My Kingdom Music. According to a press release, the CD "represents a compendium mix of early first wave and second wave black metal with a 1992 black metal sound production, icecold and razor sharp guitar sound, inhuman cryptic and mystic vocals, ultrafast and violent drums everything overwhelmed by an outstanding, inhuman, evil geniality based on the original APOLOKIA trademark that is the true evolution of the pure black metal spirit, sound and attitude without any compromise in ideologies and musical expression. [It is] an exclusive album for the followers of the cult, for those who are nowadays disappointed by the ridicolus and politically correct music that the mass wrongly labels black metal. 'Kathaarian Vortex' is the proof that the pure black metal still exists, entirely composed by inhuman artists like APOLOKIA are."
"Kathaarian Vortex" track listing:
02. Post Kristus Daemonolatry
03. In Figuram Baphometis
04. Order of the Nine
05. Malignant Asphyxiation
06. Kathaarian Vortex
07. Signum Satani
08. Coil of Nihilism
09. Pure Imperial Darkness MMXII
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