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German Black Metal band Negator have revealed the cover art for their upcoming full length album, "Gates to the Pantheon".
Two weeks ago German Black Metal band Negator announced the title and track list for their upcoming full length album, which is titled "Gates to the Pantheon" and scheduled to be released on the 19th of April. Last week the band revealed the new album's cover art:
The complete track list for the new album is as follows:
- Bringer of War
- The Last Sermon
- Serpents Court
- Nergal, the Raging King
- Carnal Malefactor
- The Urge for Battle
- Atonement in Blood
- Revelation 9:11
"Gates to the Pantheon" will mark Negator's fourth full length album, following their 2010 release "Panzer Metal". The band recently released a 7" EP on the 20th of December titled "The Great Atrocities" which featured two tracks from the upcoming album, namely "The Last Sermon" and "The Urge for Battle". Previews for both songs were made available at the official Negator Soundcloud profile.
Previous Negator albums are available on Amazon.com.
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