LEGION OF THE DAMNED: New Album Details Revealed

Dutch thrash metal band LEGION OF THE DAMNED will release its new album, "Cult of the Dead", on December 19 via Massacre Records. The LP will be made available in three different formats: as three-disc deluxe edition including a bonus CD and a bonus DVD; a limited-edition digipack with a bonus DVD and as regular jewel case CD. The three-disc deluxe edition will include a CD containing a recording of the band's performance at Germany's Rock Hard festival in 2006 and a DVD featuring footage of LEGION OF THE DAMNED playing the entire "Cult of the Dead" album in the band's rehearsal room plus interview clips. The artwork can be viewed below.

The track listing is as follows (not final order):

01. Sermon of Sacrilege
02. Cult of the Dead
03. Pray & Suffer
04. House of Possession
05. Black Templar
06. Necrosophic Blessing
07. Solar Overlord
08. Enslaver of Souls
09. Lucifer Saviour
10. Black Wings of Yog-sothoth
11. The Final Godsend

Fan-filmed video footage of LEGION OF THE DAMNED performing the song "Werewolf Corpse" on June 21, 2008 at the Hellfest in Clisson, France can be viewed below (clip uploaded by Dave Ingham a.k.a. YouTube user "triptykon").

"Feel the Blade", a reissue of LEGION OF THE DAMNED's "Elegy for the Weak" CD (originally released under the band's previous moniker OCCULT), entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 70. Released on January 4, 2008 via Massacre Records, the new version of the LP contains two new songs that didn't appear on the original "Elegy for the Weak" album, a new cover and a bonus DVD.

LEGION OF THE DAMNED's "Sons of the Jackal" album entered the German national album chart at position No. 54 back in January 2007. The follow-up to 2006's "Malevolent Rapture" was recorded at Stage One studio in B├╝hne, Germany with producer Andy Classen.

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