NECRODEATH: Trailer For 'The 7 Deadly Sins' Album Featuring Italian Porn Star MILA RAMOS

NECRODEATH: Trailer For 'The 7 Deadly Sins' Album Featuring Italian Porn Star MILA RAMOS

Legendary Italian black thrashers NECRODEATH have released a video trailer for their much-anticipated new album, "The 7 Deadly Sins", due out on May 13 via Scarlet Records.

"The 7 Deadly Sins" follows the critically acclaimed, single-track album "Idiosyncrasy", delivering seven fast and brutal songs centering around the seven sins. For the first time ever, NECRODEATH used its Italian mother tongue to write most of the lyrics, as well as English and Latin, giving a different edge to the music itself. Also, two classic songs from the band's catalogue have been re-recorded by the group's new lineup and included in the track listing, "Thanatoid" from "Fragments Of Insanity" (1989) and "Graveyard Of The Innocents" from "Into The Macabre" (1987). The artwork features a provocative shot of renowned porn star Mila Ramos.

"The 7 Deadly Sins" will be preceded by a seven-inch vinyl single release of the song "Wrath".

Watch here the video for "Wrath" below.

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"The 7 Deadly Sins" track listing:

01. Sloth
02. Lust
03. Envy
04. Pride
05. Wrath
06. Gluttony
07. Greed
08. Thanatoid (bonus track)
09. Graveyard Of The Innocents (bonus track)

Commented NECRODEATH frontman Flegias: "With this new album, we have definetely reached a new level of ferocity. You can see it as a tribute to those fans who have been following us since the beginning and a painful kick in the balls to all those others who might have thought we have softened our sound! And to emphasize the morbidity of this record, we have invited renowned Italian porn star, friend and longtime NECRODEATH fan Mila Ramos to star on the album cover and in the promotional trailer."

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