Spanish Black Metallers GODÜS To Release Debut Album In March

Spanish black metallers GODÜS have inked a deal with Xtreem Music.

Formed in 2000 as a side-project of members of WORMED and NÜLL, GODÜS are said to play "raw, mystic and extreme black metal" with influences from bands like ISVIND, JUDAS ISCARIOT, DARKTHRONE and ZYKLON-B.

After releasing their debut five-track demo in 2003, the band went back into the studio to record their debut album, entitled "Hell Fuck Demon Sound".

The CD, tentatively due in March, contains the following track listing:

01. Hell Fuck Demon Sound
02. Storm of Bullets
03. The Megatomic Nightmare
04. War, Blood and Agony
05. We Are Godüs!
06. Tear your Soul Apart
07. Atomic Condemnation
08. Triumphant Gleam (DARKTHRONE cover)

For more information about the band, please visit their official web site at


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