HORNED ALMIGHTY Finish Mixing New Album
Danish black metal band HORNED ALMIGHTY, featuring members of EXMORTEM and KOLDBORN, have finished mixing their new album, "The Devil's Music - Songs of Death and Damnation", for an April release via Infernus Rex. The follow-up to 2004's "Black Metal Jesus" will feature nine or 10 tracks, including "Discipline of the Almighty", "The Devil's Music", "Repentance" and an as-yet-undisclosed cover song. "Expect some kick-ass blasphemous black 'n' roll!!!" the band write in a press release.
"The Devil's Music - Songs of Death and Damnation" will mark the recording debut with the band of new members Aries and Luger.
HORNED ALMIGHTY current lineup:
S - Preaching
Hellpig – 6-string blasphemy
Aries – 6-string holocaust
Luger – Low-end suffering
Harm - Hellpounding
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