FUNERIS NOCTURNUM Finalize Track Listing, Release Date For "Code 666"
Finnish black metal band FUNERIS NOCTURNUM have set August 2nd as the release date for their third full-length album, entitled Code 666: Religion Syndrome Deceased. The full track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. The Sculptor
03. Yer All Perished
04. Hypernation Mantic
05. The Walls Breed Larvae
07. Antigod Declaration
09. Vulpine Paralogism
In other news, FUNERIS NOCTURNUM have recorded a song called "The Carcass of Christ" for an upcoming compilation CD called Jatkosota, to be issued through Woodcut Records in spring/early summer. The first recording with new drummer Tmon, the song is reportedly "the fastest — and possibly the most brutal — song we've ever recorded," according to the band.
In related news, former FUNERIS NOCTURNUM drummer Draco—who left the group due to "muscial differences"—has joined a progressive metal band called CLARITY.
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