VENOM Begin Work On New Album

British "black metal" pioneers VENOM have commenced work on the follow-up to 2000's "Resurrection", according to a post at the VENOM fan site Site Of The Hydra. "Cronos and Antton have arisen from Darkest Hell, and are due to start rehearsals and record new demos, etc, in the coming weeks. As ye freaks will know, this album would have been released two years ago but for Cronos being injured during a climbing accident during February 2002. So apart from the terrific news of a new album, this also confirms that Cronos has almost recovered from his injuries, and is raring to go!! This enforced layoff has left Cronos and VENOM tearing at the leash to return, and give all us Legions the next installment of 21st Century Black Fuckin' Metal!!"


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