Swedish black metal band VANMAKT has issued the following update:

"VANMAKT has decided to continue our work with the extreme metal home Pulverised Records and a new deal has been signed! Our second album entitled 'Ad Luciferi Regnum' (rough translation: To the Kingdom of Lucifer) will be recorded in June/July at EPM Studios with Bjrn Lindgren as the engineer and producer. As I [mainman Gorgoth] have announced before, 'Ad Luciferi Regnum' will contain 9 songs of blasting torment and hatred. The layout will be done by Alex at 3XXX Design. You can find a pre-recorded version of 'Brethren Of Lucifer' on our MySpace player and this song will also be featured on the new album with some minor changes.

VANMAKT's debut album, "Vredskapta Mrkersagor", features guest appearances by Jonas Renvaktar (SPAWN OF POSSESSION) on the song entitled "Open the Gates" and Hebbe from SKALD on the track "En Mardrm, En Strid, Ett Helvete". VANMAKT also filmed a video for the song "My Darkest Hate", which can be viewed below.


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