SATAN'S HOST To Release New Album This Week
Long-running Colorado metal band SATAN'S HOST, whose classic 1986 debut, "Metal from Hell", featured lead vocals by JAG PANZER's Harry Conklin, will release its new CD, "Great American Scapegoat 666", on February 12 via Moribund Records. The CD was recorded late last year at Flatline Audio studios and features the following track listing:
02. Ave Lucifer
03. Dragons ~ Darkness
04. Azarel: Death Wing Angel
05. Great American Scapegoat
06. Hail Satan
07. Seven Strings Sin
08. Black Order
09. Pyromancy, The Art of Fire
10. XEPER 22
11. The Cursing, "Vampyric Evil Eye"
12. Infernal Victory
13. Throne of Baphomet
Check out the cover artwork at this location.
SATAN'S HOST will team up with DRAWN AND QUARTERED for a U.S. tour in May/June. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
May 16 - Seattle, WA - El Corazon
May 21 - Kansas City, KS - The Static Bar
May 28 - Norman, OK - Studio 360
May 29 - Austin, TX - Room 710
May 30 - Amarillo, TX - The War Room
May 31 - Albuquerque, NM - The Launchpad (Gathering Of The Sick Festival)
Watch SATAN'S HOST's new version of the "Metal from Hell" video:
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