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German Black Metal band Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult have recently released a new full length album today, titled "Necrovision".
German Black Metal band Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult have just released a brand new album, titled "Necrovision". The new album was released through German label War Anthem Records on the 25th of January, and marks the band's fourth full length release, following their 2009 album "Saldorian Spell".
The complete track list for "Necrovision" is as follows:
- Omnis Immundus Spiritus
- Primordial Sapphirine Driplets
- In the Hue of Night
- Coronated Spheres of Adversity
- The Eviscerator
- Fundaments of Seminal Knowledge
- Upon My Arrival
- Necrocosmic Vision
Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult - Necrovision is now available on Amazon.com.
Here is the cover art for the new album:
Samples from every song on Necrovision as well as samples for almost every other song from most of the band's previous releases are available on the band's official website in the form of an embedded MP3 player.
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