"Those Having Been Hidden Away", a brand new song from the South Carolina-based extreme metal band LECHEROUS NOCTURNE, can be streamed using the audio player below. The track comes off the group's third album, "Behold Almighty Doctrine", which will be released on March 19, 2013 via Unique Leader Records. The CD was recorded at SoundLab Studio in Lexington, South Carolina with longtime engineer Bob Moore.
The "Behold Almighty Doctrine" artwork can be seen below.
Vocalist Jason Hohenstein announced his departure from LECHEROUS NOCTURNE in July 2011, telling BLABBERMOUTH.NET in a statement, "I was writing/arranging in preparation of the new record when I was asked to leave." He added, "I did not quit! I want to make that perfectly clear."
LECHEROUS NOCTURNE 2012 is:
Christian "Kreishloff" Lofgren: Guitar
Ethan Lane: Guitar
James Oneal: Bass
Alex Lancia: Drums
Chris Lollis: Vocals
LECHEROUS NOCTURNE's second album, "The Age of Miracles Has Passed", was released in October 2008 via Unique Leader Records.
"Those Having Been Hidden Away" audio stream:
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