LAKE OF BLOOD: Debut EP Pushed Back To July

Californian black metallers LAKE OF BLOOD have pushed back the release date of their debut EP, "Heed The Primal Calling" (Milkweed Records), to July 15 from the previously announced June 24. According to a press release, the delay is due to "an equipment malfunction at the pressing factory." "Heed The Primal Calling" will still be released with full eight-page artwork and will feature four songs of "incomprehensible blackness," recommended to fans of DRUDKH, IMMORTAL and WEAKLING.

"Heed The Primal Calling" track listing:

01. Nameless I Arise
02. Heed The Primal Calling
03. The Darkest Path
04. Lake Of Blood

LAKE OF BLOOD will share the stage with with fellow Californian extreme metallers WINTERTHRALL on June 28 at the AWS arena in Rowland Heights.

For more information, visit the band's official MySpage page.


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