According to Mondo Metal, reactivated cult late '80s/early '90s Brazilian thrash metal band CHAKAL is putting the finishing touches on its sixth studio album, "Destroy! Destroy! Destroy!", for release later in the year. The CD will feature 10 tracks, including one instrumental piece; "Possessed Landscape (The Island Of The Dead)", which was released as a single and video in 2011; and "Anubis, The Lord of Necropolis", which the "Mondo Metal" radio show on Elo FM premiered last year.
01. Exorcise Me 02. Killing Van Helsing 03. God Of Gore 04. Headshooting For Dummies 05. Equinox 06. Possessed Landscape (The Island Of The Dead) 07. Anubis, The Lord Of Necropolis 08. Disturbia 09. Destroy! Destroy! Destroy! 10. [as-yet-untitled instrumental]
In 2008, Cogumelo Records reissued two albums from CHAKAL — "The Man Is His Own Jackal" (1990) and "Death Is A Lonely Business" (1993) — as part of the Cogumelo Remasters series. Both albums came in a special edition slipcase CD featuring "exceptional" artwork. The disc also included a bonus instrumental track, an outtake from the "Death Is A Lonely Business" sessions.
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