BELPHEGOR: 'In Blood - Devour This Sanctity' Video Released

BELPHEGOR: 'In Blood - Devour This Sanctity' Video Released

"In Blood - Devour This Sanctity", the new video from Austrian death/ black metal metallers BELPHEGOR, can be seen below. The clip, which was recorded live in Moscow, Russia on October 6, 2013, was filmed and edited by Andrey Kovalev.

Commented BELPHEGOR guitarist/vocalist Helmuth Lehner: "What a brutal concert, extreme, obscene and memorable.

"For the new video, I decided to take 'In Blood – Devour This Sanctity' with visual live sequences from the Moscow ritual. Authentic and insane. One of my fave tracks in a live situation. Musickwise inspired by 'The Hungarian Dances' by the classical composer Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). You also find there all BELPHEGOR trademarks. Shredding guitars, fast drums and heretical grunts. Enjoy!"

BELPHEGOR's new album will be released in May 2014 via Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2011's "Blood Magick Necromance" was recorded in part at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, MORBID ANGEL, CANNIBAL CORPSE).

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Songtitles set to appear on BELPHEGOR's new album include "Gasmask Terror", "Rex Tremendae Majestatis", "Take Her, Lucifer!" and "The Inverted Cross". The cover artwork will be created by Greek artist Anthon Siro Seth, who previously worked on BELPHEGOR's "Pestapokalypse VI" album in 2006.

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