MOONLIGHT To Release 'Rex Diabolos' In January

Mexican black metallers MOONLIGHT will release their new album, "Rex Diabolos", at the end of January via Azermedoth Records. The CD was recorded at Control Zeta Studio in Leon, Mexico and mixed by frontman Lord Ishtar at Sound Cool Studio. The mastering duties were handled by Magnus Devo Andersson at Endarker Studio in Norrköping, Sweden.

According to a press release, "Rex Diabolos" contains 10 songs, including a cover of the MAYHEM classic "Life Eternal". "Musically it is the band's most technical and varied album to date. And while still being true to their roots, the [members of MOONLIGHT] have also taken a great step forward in the evolution of their brand of finest Mexican black metal."

"Rex Diabolos" track listing:

01. Of The Blackest Infinity
02. Sacrilegus Oratio Part 1
03. Vexilla Regis Prodeunt Inferni
04. The Black Throne
05. Satan's Ally
06. Opus Luciferi
07. Eternal Shadows Over Darkland
08. Insane Servant
09. Sacrilegus Oratio Part 2
10. Life Eternal

The song "Sacrilegus Oratio Part 1" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.


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