My Kingdom Music has announced the signing of the Norwegian apocalyptic black metal force REVELATION'S HAMMER. The band's self-titled debut album is scheduled for release on June 3. The CD was mixed by Børge Finstad at Toproom Studio (MAYHEM, BORKNAGAR) and mastered by Peter In de Betou (WATAIN, DIMMU BORGIR, DARK FUNERAL). Exilis from TROLL appears as a guest musician on some of the tracks. The artwork was created by Portugal's Ricardo Fernandes and is said to be "a truly amazing collage built upon a carefully chosen collection of (anti)religious paintings that reflects the band's conception."
REVELATION'S HAMMER's throat and strings are managed by the band's mastermind Accuser while their heavy battery is performed by Myrvoll from Norwegian NIDINGR.
According to a press release, REVELATION'S HAMMER's sound is charazterized by "epic song structures, devastating and hateful vocals, ultrafast tremolo riffing, hellish drums of another dimension and a apocalyptic atmosphere that really brings forward a true sense of doom."
The song "Obsessed Onslaught" from the upcoming album can be streamed below.
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