HADES ALMIGHTY: Album Reissue Features Bonus Tracks, Video

Norwegian black/extreme metallers HADES ALMIGHTY have just reissued their "forgotten classic", "The Pulse of Decay", through Dark Essence Records. The group originally released the album in 2001 through Psycho Bitch Records, the label formed by the band's then-management. That resulted in no distribution, making it virtually impossible for fans to find the album. Now the CD has been re-released with new cover design, three bonus songs and a video clip for "Submission Equals Suicide".

"The Pulse of Decay" reissue track listing:

01. 216 / Cataclysmic
02. Submission Equals Suicide
03. The Pulse Of Decay
04. The Antichrist Inside
05. Vendetta Assassination
06. Apocalypse
07. Razor
Bonus tracks:
08. Generation Murder – Rape
09. Cyber Alchemist
10. Each Dawn I Die (MANOWAR cover)
11. Submission Equals Suicide (video)

Formed in 1992, HADES ALMIGHTY are currently working on new material for a tentative early 2005 release.

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