THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE: Another New Song Posted Online

Dutch death metallers THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE have posted another new song, "The Burial", on their MySpace page. The track comes off the band's second album, "Welcome To Bloodshed", which is scheduled for release on May 15 via Apache Productions in collaboration with Suburban distribution. The follow-up to 2007's "Pitch Black Dawn" will feature artwork by Sieger Miedema and a guest appearance by GOD DETHRONED vocalist Henry Sattler.

"Welcome To Bloodshed" track listing (not the final running order):

01. Born In Bloodshed
02. Death Resort
03. Dirt
04. Basement
05. Graveyard Ave.
06. Kadaver
07. Bond Of Supremacy
08. Nullification Of Life
09. The Burial

The digipack version of the CD will include the "Graveyard Ave." video.


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