GORGOROTH, SAHG Songs Posted Online

Candlelight Records has premiered "Wound upon Wound" from GORGOROTH's forthcoming album, "Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam", and "Boundless Demise" from SAHG's forthcoming debut, "Sahg 1", at the label's official MySpace page.

Splitting studio time between Lydriket and Earshot Studios, GORGOROTH's "Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam" is the logical next chapter for the highly decorated and controversial Norwegian black metal band; many already calling it their most accomplished work to date. "Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloria" hits U.S. stores on July 25.

Norway's SAHG are a new disciple of timeless doom and gloom-flavored metal. With "Sahg 1", this "buzzing" Scandinavian four-piece blaze onto U.S. shores with arguably one of the year's best and memorable records. Taking influence from classics — PENTAGRAM, ELECTRIC WIZARD, KYUSS and MONSTER MAGNET (to name a few) —it has been said SAHG rock with a groove that would "make John Bonham proud!" "Sahg 1" hits U.S. stores July 25.

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