KULT OV AZAZEL: New Song Available For Download

Floridian black metallers KULT OV AZAZEL have uploaded an MP3 of their new song "An Eternity with Satan" at this location.

"An Eternity with Satan" comes off the group's new album, "The World, The Flesh & The Devil", due mid-May via Arctic Music in conjunction with Crash Music, Inc.

"The World, The Flesh & The Devil" (view cover here) track listing:

01. The World is Full of Violence
02. As Temples Burn
03. An Eternity with Satan
04. Compelled to Die
05. The Glorification of Evil
06. Trampling the Cross
07. Blood, Death & Damnation
08. The Calling Forth
09. Bloodstained Path to Victory

KULT OV AZAZEL recently announced the departure of guitarist/backing vocalist Nocturath due to "personal obligations." His replacement in the group is VJS from DEMONCY and INCURSUS. VJS' first recorded appearances with the band will be the split releases with VROLOK and HORN OF VALERE.

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