NOX: New Album Sample Available
Dutch death metal crew NOX, which features former members CENTURIAN and current members of SEVERE TORTURE, has posted an advance MP3 from its upcoming album, "Ixaxaar", on the Wicked World Records MySpace page. Check out the album's opening cut, "Choronzonic Chaos Gods", at this location.
According to a press release, "Ixaxaar" (pron. 'ick-sack-sar', meaning a seal or gateway to hell) broods with the unhealthy marriage of cosmic chaos theories and grim-faced aggression. With the kind of oily serpentine riffs not heard since early MORBID ANGEL or ANGELCORPSE efforts, the band blend supreme technical mastery with immediate catchiness and unholy malice. Favouring a blast-based attack of extreme speed and sharply direct riffing, the approach is deliberately lean and pretence-free."
Having performed with like-minded misanthropists such as ANTAEUS and NIFELHEIM and with links to nefarious underground occult organizations, including the notorious M.L.O., NOX is "intent on taking their subterranean sound and beliefs to a wider audience in 2007," according to the press release.
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