Video footage of SATAN'S HOST's October 31, 2009 performance at the Iliff Park Saloon in Denver, Colorado can be viewed below.
SATAN'S HOST's new album, "Power ~ Purity ~ Perfection: 999", was released in October via Moribund Records. The CD was recorded at Flatline Audio with producer Dave Otero and features the group's latest additions, Margar (ex-TORRID FLESH) on bass and Evil Little Hobbit (a.k.a. Anthony Lopez, ex-TORRID FLESH) on drums.
According to the band, "The metal on this new project is very diverse. From different modes, to different keys. There are eight full-length songs, from five minutes to eight-and-a-half minutes [in length], as [well] two acoustical interludes which separate the whole, three-part concept" of the CD. "There is a wide array of dark melodies, which fill the demonic soul with a serenade unto the dark lord. Very empowering rhythms, filled with groove and speed, which encapsulates the purist Satanic metal essence in the scene today, as with generations to be."
SATAN'S HOST's current lineup:
Patrick Evil - Guitar
Eli Elixir L.C.F. - Vocals
Margar - Bass
Evil Little Hobbit - Drums
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