Dutch death metallers THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE are preparing to enter the studio to record pre-production versions of some of their new songs, including "The Loss", "King Of None" and "Megaton". The band says, "The first new songs sound like a freight train on the loose, heavy and unstoppable!"

THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE recently parted ways with bassist Michael Grunwald and replaced him with Sander Keuls.

The band's second album, "Welcome To Bloodshed", was released in May 2009 via Apache Productions in collaboration with Suburban distribution. The follow-up to 2007's "Pitch Black Dawn" features artwork by Sieger Miedema and a guest appearance by GOD DETHRONED vocalist Henry Sattler. The digipack version of the CD includes the "Graveyard Ave." video.

THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE's "The Burial" video can be viewed below. The clip was shot with Arno Zuidgeest of Holland's Arnoo Videoproducties.

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