KULT OV AZAZEL: Album Recording Sessions Postponed

Floridian black metallers KULT OV AZAZEL have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We have decided to postpone recording the new album. Instead of the original plan of recording in August or September, we have decided to wait and record in January 2005 at Mana Studio (HATE ETERNAL, IN BATTLE, KRISIUN, MALEVOLENT CREATION) in Tampa, Florida. The reason behind this is simple, we want to write and include more material than we original were shooting to record. Originally, 'The World, The Flesh & The Devil' was to consist of 9 songs but we intend to record a minimum of 13 new tracks, if not more. In addition, many of the new songs are getting reworked and rearranged. However, we have posted a demo version of the song titled 'An Eternity With Satan' (mp3) for those hungry to hear some of the new material.

"The tracks for the 7" split with KRIEG have been finished. Our portion will include a new track, 'Blood, Death & Destruction', along with a cover of SODOM's 'Blasphemer'. There are no plans on whom or when this will be released but regardless, the tracks are ready.

"The layout and master recording for 'Oculus Infernum' has been received by the French label Into the Pentagram (aka Aura Mystique) and the this recording will rear its ugly head again soon but this time on vinyl format. The gatefold LP will be limited to 500 units with double-sided lyric poster and the first 100 with a 2-song 7". We were told it would be given top priority thus meaning the release should be out a lot sooner than later.

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"On Saturday, June 26th we will be co-headlining the Northern Lights Festival, this being the only confirmed performance that we have scheduled for the year. This event will take place at Club Rockit in Toronto, Canada. This will be our first desecration of Canada and hopefully not the last!! Tickets are available at the venue or purchased online through the NLF website."

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