LEGION OF THE DAMNED: 'Sons Of The Jackal' Enters German Chart At No. 54

Dutch thrashers LEGION OF THE DAMNED (formerly OCCULT) have entered the German national album chart at position No. 54 with their second album, "Sons of the Jackal" (Massacre Records).

The follow-up to 2006's "Malevolent Rapture", "Sons of the Jackal" was recorded at Stage One studio in Bühne, Germany with producer Andy Classen. The songs from the CD — "Diabolist" and "Sepulchral Ghoul" — can be streamed via the band's official MySpace page.

LEGION OF THE DAMNED has been confirmed as the support act for the first three weeks of the European co-headlining tour featuring Germany's KREATOR and Switzerland's CELTIC FROST. The trek is scheduled to kick off March 8 in Köln, Germany. A complete list of dates can be found at KREATOR's official web site.

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