NECROPHAGIA To Release 'Whiteworm Cathedral' Next Year

Legendary gore metal pioneers NECROPHAGIA have announced plans to release a new full-length album titled "Whiteworm Cathedral" on Halloween 2012.

A demo version of a new song, "March Of The DeathCorps(e)", can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

NECROPHAGIA's most recent CD, "Deathtrip 69", came out on May 17 (one day earlier internationally) via Season Of Mist. The band's fifth official full-length effort was recorded at Last House On The Left Studios in Ohio with vocalist Killjoy and guitarist Boris Randall handling production duties. The cover concept and title track were based on the "Manson family" ordeal of the late 1960s.

"Deathtrip 69" featured guest appearances by Maniac (SKITLIV, ex-MAYHEM) and Casey Chaos (AMEN).


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