Long-running Colorado metal band SATAN'S HOST, whose classic 1986 debut, "Metal from Hell", featured lead vocals by JAG PANZER's Harry Conklin, will enter Flatline Audio studio in October to record its new album, "Great American Scapegoat", tentatively due in early 2008 via Moribund Records. A reissue of the group's 2004 effort, "Burning the Born Again", is expected on October 9. Both LPs will feature gatefold artwork by legendary artist Joe Petagno (MOTÖRHEAD, KRISIUN, ANGELCORPSE, SUMMON, THY INFERNAL).
On the subject of their new label home, the band previously said, "We are very honored to be part of the Cult. Odin and his evil staff as well the satanic hordes/bands have been really enlightening to us. SATAN'S HOST has worked for an opportunity like this for well over twenty years. We believe that this unholy alliance is of the truisum in satanic metal from hell...666"
SATAN'S HOST is:
Patrick Evil - Guitar (7 Strings of Sin)
Eli Elixir - Lyrical Voice of Lucifer
Derek Daracne - Abysmal Bass
Pete 3 Wicked - Drums of Satan!!!
Watch SATAN'S HOST's new version of the "Metal from Hell" video:
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