Florida-based extreme metallers DIABOLIC will release "Chaos In Hell/Possessed By Death" on February 29 via Deathgasm Records. This CD will include DIABOLIC's two latest EPs as well as a CD-ROM video for the track "Engulf the Enchantress".

DIABOLIC's current lineup consists of Aantar Lee Coates (drums), Paul Ouellette (bass/vocals), Kelly McLauchlin (lead guitars), and RJ Reinagle (lead guitars).

DIABOLIC has scheduled several gigs in support of the CD:

Mar. 08 - North Carolina Deathfest - Greensboro, NC (Somewhere Else Tavern)
May 17 - Mayhem In May - Louisville, KY @ (Uncle Pleasants)
Jul. 12 - Michigan Extreme Fest 2 - Kalamazoo, MI (Redrum)

DIABOLIC has released its self-produced video for the song "Engulf the Enchantress". Watch it below. The track comes off the "Chaos in Hell" EP, which was recorded at D.O.W. studios with producer Juan "Punchy" Gonzalez (MORBID ANGEL, TERRORIZER).

Check out audio samples on the band's MySpace page.


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