CHAMBER OF STRENGTH: Full-Length MP3 Available For Download

NECROPHAGIA axeman Frediablo's metalcore project CHAMBER OF STRENGTH has made a full-length MP3, entitled "Signed In Blood", available for download at this location. In addition, there is also a 51-second sound clip from another track, titled "Purified". Both tracks are from the "A New Breed of Brutality" Special Limited Edition demo.

Frediablo is currently recording the debut album for his old-school black metal project HEMNUR at GodFed Studios in Norway. This will be released sometime in June through the label Infernus Rex.

In GORELORD news, Frediablo will be mutilating the stage at this year's Inferno Festival in Oslo, Norway, with his sound of undead horror and gore. This will be GORELORD's first live show ever. GORELORD's new album, "Norwegian Chainsaw Massacre", has been further delayed due to a damaged computer hard-drive, resulting in loss of sound files, and until they are either recovered or re-recorded, the album release is on hold. A fully updated GORELORD web site will be up this coming weekend at this location with all the latest info about this zombie-infested musical nightmare.

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