DEMONICAL: Debut Album Samples Available

DEMONICAL, the new Swedish death metal band featuring past and present members from CENTINEX, GRAVE, REGURGITATE, INTERMENT, AMARAN, WORLD BELOW and DELLAMORTE, has posted two tracks from its upcoming debut album, "Servants of the Unlight", on its MySpace page.

"Servants of the Unlight" is scheduled for release on April 27 via Germany's Cyclone Empire Records. The projected track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Slaughter of all Hope
02. Unholy Desecration
03. Suicide Throne
04. Revel in Misanthropia
05. United by Torture
06. Leipzig 1945
07. Feeding the Armageddon
08. Burned Alive
09. Death Metal *

* ONSLAUGHT cover, only available on the first pressing


Jul. 10 - Denmark - Svendborg - Harmonien
Jul. 11 - The Netherlands - Leeuwarden - Gloppe
Jul. 12 - Germany - Wermelskirchen - AJZ Bahndamm
Jul. 13 - Germany - Annaberg-Bucholz - Thunders Over Miriquidi Festival
Jul. 14 - Sweden - Gothenburg - Hellfest
Jul. 15 - Norway - Oslo - Betong


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