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U.S Black / Thrash band Lightning Swords of Death have just released their third full length album, titled "Baphometic Chaosium".
U.S. Black / Thrash Metal band Lightning Swords of Death have recently released a new full length album, titled Baphometic Chaosium and marking the band's third full length release to date. The album was released through Metal Blade records who also handled the release of the band's previous album, "The Extra Dimensional Wound".
The complete track list for "Baphometic Chaosium" is as follows:
- Baphometic Chaosium
- Acid Gate
- Psychic Waters
- Cloven Shields
- Chained to Decay
- R'lyeh Wuurm
- Oaken Chrysalis
Leading up to the album's release, the label uploaded the album's opener and title track "Baphometic Chaosium" to their YouTube channel:
An official music video for the same song was also uploaded to the label's YouTube channel recently:
Here is a closer look at the impressive cover art for the new album:
Lightning Swords of Death - Baphometic Chaosium is now available on Amazon.com.
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