PENTACLE: New Album Cover Posted Online

Long-running Dutch death metallers PENTACLE have uploaded the cover artwork for their upcoming album, "Under the Black Cross", at this location.

"I must say I'm very satisfied with the end result and from this point I would like to thank Manuel for his hard work," reads a posting on the group's web site. "It was truely a case of blood, sweat and tears, right? Thanks for the intense and cool cooperation!

"The whole layout is now in Costa's [Stoios, head of Iron Pegasus Records] hands. There is still some work to be done, but at least major progression has been made. Costa hopes to release the album at the end of March/ beginning of April, but nothing is for sure yet. We all know how the business works, right? Wish us luck!"

As previously reported, eight tracks are going to be featured on the CD, while two others are scheduled to appear on a follow-up seven-inch single, which is going to be released several months after the album. Three audio samples from the upcoming album have been posted online. Check them out: Sample#1, Sample#2, Sample#3.


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