ARALLU: Hard At Work On New Album

Israel's "Mesopotamian black metal" band ARALLU are currently in the studio recording their third album, "The Demon from the Ancient World", tentatively due late spring/early summer.

The upcoming CD will feature guest appearances in the track "Kill Kill Kill" by the vocalists by fellow Israeli acts SALEM (Zeev Tananboim), MOONSKIN (Yishai Swearts), BARTHOLOMEUS NIGHT (Refahim) and SHWORCHTSECHAYE (Yehi Zaken).

"The Demon from the Ancient World" track listing:

01. Dingir Xul
02. War Spirit
03. The Devil's Massacre
04. Sierra Nevada
05. Battle Ground
06. The Dead Will Rise Again
07. Sumerian Words
08. Kill Kill Kill
09. The 7 Chosen Genii
10. Tzvaot Arallu

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