Floridian black metallers KULT OV AZAZEL have issued the following update via their official web site:"Due to circumstances beyond control, we have postponed the recording of the new album and all other scheduled appearances. From now until further notice all KULT OV AZAZEL activities will be put on hold. The last show we'll do for the year will be with CELTIC FROST and GOATWHORE at the Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale on October 24, 2006. Email and regular mail inquiries will continue to be answered. The website shall remain online and will continue to be updated with available merchandise and related information." KULT OV AZAZEL's third album, "The World, The Flesh & The Devil", was released in June 2005 via Arctic/Crash Music Inc. The CD was recorded and engineered by Shawn Ohtani, and was mastered by Erik Rutan at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida.
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