BLUTVIAL To Release 'I Speak Of The Devil' In July
BLUTVIAL — the band featuring Aort of renowned U.K. avant-garde black metal act CODE as well as DECREPIT SPECTRE and INDESINENCE, and Ewchmylaen, formerly of REIGN OF EREBUS — will release its debut album, "I Speak Of The Devil", on July 20 via Spinefarm Records. The CD was recorded and mixed by the band themselves, with Aort handling guitar, bass and drumming duties, and Ewchmylaen taking care of vocals and guitars. Mastered by Minerva Pappi at Finnvox studios, the album is a brutal, unrelenting display of true black metal.
Comments Aort: "BLUTVIAL is an expression of pure unadulterated bestial black metal, and this album in our minds is eight tracks of sonic barbed wire … a grim and relentless trip to the depths of musical depravity."
"I Speak Of The Devil" track listing:
01. Full Moon Possession
02. Seethe My Darkness
03. Raging Winds
05. Serpent Procreation
06. Dawn Divides the Darkness from the Light
07. Our Hallowed Bones
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/blutvial.
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