ANGELCORPSE Working On Band's 'Most Extreme' Album To Date
The reunited ANGELCORPSE is currently hard at work on its new album, entitled "Of Lucifer and Lightning". "John Longstreth [drums] has created some hammering drums for us to work with, and Gene [Palubicki, guitar] and I are hard at work tracking guitars, bass and vocals for the album," says bassist/vocalist Pete Helmkamp. "We promise that 'Of Lucifer and Lightning' will be the most extreme ANGELCORPSE album to date. Of course this sounds cliche and what every band might say after 'reforming' after several years, but we say fuck off to all of that: ANGELCORPSE has never been like those other bands and this album will certainly show that to be true. Beware: Antichrist Vanguards advance!"
"Of Lucifer and Lightning" is scheduled for release later in the year via Osmose Productions.
ANGELCORPSE's last studio album, "The Inexorable", was released in 1999 through Osmose Productions. A CD collection, "Iron Blood and Blasphemy", featuring a number of singles, EP tracks, covers, live recordings, and the "Goats to Azazael" demo, came out in 2001.
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