HORNED ALMIGHTY: Another Track Posted Online

Danish black metal horde HORNED ALMIGHTY, featuring current members of EXMORTEM and former members of KOLDBORN, have uploaded another song from their second album, "The Devil's Music - Songs of Death and Damnation", at their MySpace page. The track "To Despise the Life" can be streamed at this location.

"The Devil's Music - Songs of Death and Damnation" was released in April via Infernus Rex. The follow-up to 2004's "Black Metal Jesus" features 10 tracks of "kick-ass blasphemous black 'n' roll," according to a press release.

"The Devil's Music - Songs of Death and Damnation" marks the recording debut with the band of new members Aries and Luger.

HORNED ALMIGHTY is currently working on a few songs for a split EP with French orthodox black metallers GLORIOR BELLI. A late 2006 release is expected.


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