Puerto Rico's epic doom metallers DANTESCO have posted their cover version of the CANDLEMASS classic "Darkness In Paradise" on their MySpace page. The track will appear on the band's new covers CD, "The Ten Commandments Of Metal", which will be released later in the year via Cruz Del Sur Music. The album will feature additional songs from BLACK SABBATH, RAINBOW, MERCYFUL FATE, SANCTUARY, WARLORD, SAVATAGE, METAL CHURCH, SORCERER and MANOWAR.
DANTESCO's new studio album, "We Dont Fear You God", will be released later this year through Cruz Del Sur Music. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Betrayer", "The Blood Of The Saints", "The Conqueror Worm" and "We Dont Fear You God". The album's cover artwork can be viewed below.
Also on the DANTESCO front, the band's first demo, one previously unreleased cut and four new tracks will be made available via Stormspell Records under the title "Seven Years Of Battle".
DANTESCO will take part in the Up The Hammers festival in Athens, Greece on March 5-6, 2010 alongside such acts as SAVAGE GRACE, SLAUTER XTROYES, DOOMSWORD and PRAYING MANTIS.
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