NECRODEATH Working On 'Master Of Morphine' Video

Long-running Italian black/thrash metallers NECRODEATH are currently working on a video for the song "Master of Morphine" from their latest album "100% Hell".

In other news, NECRODEATH has been confirmed to headline the 2006 edition of the "Boat of Metal" festival, a unique one-day cruise through the Venice lagoon and islands (with destination Piazza San Marco), set to take place August 19.

NECRODEATH's sixth studio album, "100% Hate" was recorded at Outer Sound studios in Rome and features a guest appearance by VENOM frontman Conrad" Cronos" Lant. The CD was described in a press release as "the most diverse NECRODEATH album to date, containing 10 furious tracks spanning from the fast thrashing assault of the mid-eighties to the groove-oriented sonic holocaust displayed with the latest efforts."


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