Your Chance To Interview AKERCOCKE

On Monday (May 14), the U.K.'s Metal Hammer will conduct an interview with AKERCOCKE for the magazine's "Spanish Inquisition" featrure. As is customary on such occasions, the publication is inviting its readers to submit questions. Make it as probing as you wish and e-mail it [email protected]

AKERCOCKE's track "Summon the Antichrist", taken from the group's forthcoming album "Antichrist", has been posted online at this location.

Due on May 28 via Earache Records, "Antichrist"'s concept was previously described by the group as "wonderfully rich. It represents a supreme opposite. The epithet of the great antagonist provided a wonderful metaphoric framework within which to work. We have strived to make elements of the recording as evil as possible. Creating atmospheres that are deliberately uncomfortable. Spurred on by a rage enhanced by the complete disgust with our recent history, we didn't have to dig very deeply to find the malice and rancour sufficient to evoke the spirit of violent antithesis. 'Antichrist' is the perfect banner for a collection of songs that are tales of opposition, sanguinary lust and the axiom of our raison d'etre."

"Antichrist" track listing:

01. Black Messiah
02. Summon The Antichrist
03. Axiom
04. The Promise
05. My Apterous Angel
06. Distant Fires Reflect The Eyes Of Satan
07. Man Without Faith Or Trust
08. The Dark Inside
09. Footsteps Resound In An Empty Chapel
10. Epode

AKERCOCKE will team up with CEPHALIC CARNAGE, TED MAUL and BURNING SKIES for a U.K. tour beginning May 16 in Nottingham.

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