Floridian black metallers KULT OV AZAZEL have posted the following message on their official web site:"In one month we will enter Mana Studio in Tampa, FL to start recording the next album 'The World, The Flesh & The Devil'. Due to personal obligations, Nocturath [guitar, backing vocals] has decided to leave the band but will continue to work closely with us in the future doing covers/layouts as he has done in the past. His replacement is VJS from the hordes DEMONCY and INCURSUS, whose first official appearances will be on the split releases with VROLOK and HORN OF VALERE. As for the splits, the recording for both is complete. The only hold up right now is the art/layout for the 10" split with HORN OF VALERE and the enhanced video content for the split CD with VROLOK. The video portion will be completed within the next few days at which time everything will be turned over to Arctic Music for immediate release. No available information at the time about the release of the 10" through Abort The World Records."
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