Demonia's Blogg has been updated with video footage of NECROPHOBIC's performance at the Kings of Black Metal festival, which was held on April 18, 2009 at Hessenhallen in Giessen, Germany. Check out the clips below.
A new song from NECROPHOBIC, entitled "Revelation 666", is available for streaming at this location. The track comes off the band's new album, "Death To All", which is scheduled for release this month via Regain Records). Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "For Those Who Stayed Satanic", "Triumph Of The Horned", "Wings Of Death" and "The Tower".
The long-delayed digibox from NECROPHOBIC, entitled "Satanic Blasphemies", finally surfaced in April via Regain Records. The CD features material from the band's first two demos (1990's "Slow Asphyxiation" and 1991's "Unholy Prophecies") plus "The Call" 7" EP from 1992 and includes a poster and a patch. It was remastered at the Cutting Room by Peter In de Betou.
"Satanic Blasphemies" track listing:
01. Slow Asphyxiation
02. Realm Of Terror
04. Sacrificial Rites
05. Unholy Prophecies
06. Inborn Evil
07. Shadows Of The Moon
08. The Ancients Gate
09. Father Of Creation
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