BLOOD RED THRONE: New Album Title, Release Date Announced

Norwegian death metal tyrants BLOOD RED THRONE have finished recording their fifth studio album at Studio Deadline in Trollhattan, Sweden with Valle Adzic (who also mixed the band's two previous studio CDs). Entitled "Souls Of Damnation", the new LP's release will coincide with the band's 10th anniversary, which will be celebrated in the form of a DVD, to be included in a special version of the album. The DVD will feature an in-depth studio diary, documenting the recording process of the new CD, along with an exclusive new interview with the band.

"Souls Of Damnation" is scheduled for release on June 1 through Earache Records.

The band will preview new material on the opening day of the Inferno festival in early April in Oslo, Norway, and is currently booking other shows in support of the new CD.

BLOOD RED THRONE's video for the song "Taste of God" can be viewed below. The track comes off "Come Death", which was released in Europe in August 2007 via Earache Records.


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