MASTIPHAL: New Song Available For Streaming

MASTIPHAL, one of the most important Polish black metal bands of the '90s, will release its new album, "Parvzya", on May 15 via Witching Hour Productions. The CD was mixed and mastered with producer Sverker "Widda" Widgren at his Necromorbus Studio (WATAIN, UNANIMATED, DESTRÖYER 666) in Alvik, Sweden. 10 songs were recorded for the album, with only nine appearing on the CD version. In addition to the exclusive digibook CD, there will be a limited LP version on 180-gram black grey vinyl with the "Reclaiming The Throne" song as a bonus.

"Parvzya" track listing:

01. Intro
02. The Wall Of Phantom
03. Under The Sign Of The Morning Star
04. May He Rot In Hell
05. Sovereign's Return
06. Man Strikes God Falls
07. Nihil Esse
08. Parvzya
09. Chosen Obituaries
10. Reclaiming The Throne *
11. Triumph Of Destruction

* only on vinyl edition

The song "Man Strikes God Falls" is available for streaming below.

Commented MASTIPHAL frontman Flauros: "In our opinion, the content of 'Parvzya' is closer to the essence of black metal. There's unique old-school feeling in it and what's more the album includes two crucial elements: specific atmosphere and shitloads of Satan!"

MASTIPHAL will perform its new material for the first time on June 3 at the Silesian Massacre festival in Katowice, Poland, alongside DØDHEIMSGARD, URGEHAL, ENTOMBED and KATAKLYSM. MASTIPHAL has also been confirmed for The Underground Unleashed 2011 festival, set to take place September 30 - October 2, 2011 in Darjeeling, India.

A double-CD digipack from MASTIPHAL was made available on September 25, 2009 via Witching Hour Productions. Entitled "Damnatio Memoriae", the set contains the group's entire discography and, as a special bonus, footage of band performing live in 1994 as well as the remastered audio track from that concert.

MASTIPHAL is:

Flauros - Vocals
Daamr - Guitar, Bass
Oppressor - Guitar, Bass
Cymeris - Guitar
Senator - Drums

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