German thrash metal veterans NECRONOMICON will release their ninth studio album, "Unleashed Bastards", on September 28 via El Puerto Records.
Nearly three years have passed since the arrival of "Pathfinder ... Between Heaven and Hell" — an album that thrilled fans and press from South America to Russia alike.
NECRONOMICON guitarist/vocalist Volker "Freddy" Fredrich promises "Unleashed Bastards" will contain "a full menu — everything will be there: from punk to old school, from speed to flawless thrash metal. So the band has experienced a lot since their debut album in 1986 and has a lot to tell."
The official music video for the song "Total Rejection", taken from "Unleashed Bastards", can be seen below.
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"Unleashed Bastards" track listing:
01. Burn And Fall 02. Leave The Lights On 03. Total Rejection 04. Malevolent 05. We Did We Do We Always Burning 06. Imperial 07. My Name Is Vengeance 08. Forbid Me For Living 09. Unleashed 10. Religion Live Fast 11. Personal Enemy 12. The Nightmare Continues
NECRONOMICON has been known as one of Germany's cult thrash acts since the early eighties. With eight studio albums under their belts and appearances all over the world in the past three decades, they prove they have still got that metal spirit.
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