"Contaminating the Divine", the third album from the Danish black metal band HORNED ALMIGHTY, will be released on standard CD and digipack on February 2, with the limited gatefold LP version following a short time later. All versions will be released by Obscure Abhorrence Productions and Art of Propaganda. The CD was recorded with Jacob Bredahl (LAST MILE, ex-HATESPHERE) at Smart'n'Hard Studios.
The tentative track listing for the album is as follows:
01. Vile Works of Witchcraft
02. Contaminating the Divine
03. Death of the Soul
04. A Satanic Salutation
05. Litany for the Sick
06. The Doctrine Supreme
07. Manifestation of his Glory
08. Day of Purification
09. The Serpent Tempter
Check out audio samples on the band's MySpace page.
Video footage of HORNED ALMIGHTY performing two new songs ("Vile Works of Witchcraft" and "Doctrine Supreme") at the Metal Magic Festival on October 24, 2008 in Fredericia, Denmark can be viewed below.
HORNED ALMIGHTY's last album, "The Devil's Music", was released in April 2006 through Infernus Rex from Holland.
"Vile Works of Witchcraft":
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