HARKONIN To Release New Album Next Week

HARKONIN, the St. Louis, Missouri-based "blackened war metal" act featuring former EULOGY drummer Clayton Gore, have set a June 21 release date for their sophomore CD, entitled "Sermons of Anguish". The album, which will be available exclusively through the group's web site, www.harkonin.com, was mastered by Colin Davis (VILE) at Imperial Mastering. "It's something I'm pretty proud of," Gore writes on the band's web site. "I can't wait for you all to hear it."

"Sermons of Anguish" track listing:

01. Into the Hailstorms of Revelations
02. Beneath the Rubble
03. Firechrist
04. Heksenbränd
05. Destined to Conquer
06. Dogs of Lucifer
07. Three Stars of Fire
08. Devil’s Rain

A free, complete, and unmastered preview track, "Three Stars of Fire", is available for download at this location.


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