LIMBONIC ART Complete Work On "The Ultimate Death Worship"



Norway's LIMBONIC ART today confirm the near completion of their forthcoming album titled The Ultimate Death Worship. The album, with song titles still pending, is expected for release later this summer.

The Ultimate Death Worship has been eagerly anticipated since LIMBONIC ART made their live debut at the 2001 Milwaukee Metal Festival. Fans from around the country witnessed the band's dominating yet unique performance for which the duo selected material from their three previous albums. Moon in the Scorpio, In Abhorence Dementia and Ad Noctum/Dynasty of Death have since been made domestically available in the US via the license between Nocturnal Art Productions and Candlelight Records. The album's each contain bonus tracks for the territory.

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NAP owner Samoth says, "We're proud to offer yet another album from this band. They've been with us since their first album Moon in the Scorpio, which is considered by many a true Black Metal classic. This is the band's fifth album and it should be one of the Extreme/ Black Metal highlights of this year! This is the ultimate death worship."

At press time, guitarist Morfeus further confirms the rumored participation of MAYHEM's Atilla Csihar. The vocalist contributes to the album track "Shades of Hatred".

Formed in 1993, there are few bands as eclectic as Norway's LIMBONIC ART. Morfeus with guitarist/vocalist Daemon (formerly of ZYKLON) have impressed fans world over with their unusual merging of aggressive guitars, dual-vocal shrieks, and imaginative and complex arrangements. The band is considered one of Black Metal's new pioneers. The band has amassed a solid following around the world.


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