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German Black Metal band Paragon Belial will soon be releasing their third album, titled "Necrophobic Rituals".
German underground Black Metal act Paragon Belial will soon be releasing their latest full length album, titled "Necrophobic Rituals". There is no exact release date specified yet either by the band or the band's label, Black Light Music, although on the band's official website they indicate that the album will be released this month.
The track list for "Necrophobic Rituals" is as follows:
- Demoniac Christian Holocaust
- Curse of Belial
- Necrophobic Rituals
- Day of Vengeance
- Mistress and Disgrace
- Nocturnal Hate
Some weeks ago the band uploaded a video featuring a preview of some of the material that will be featured on the new album:
Paragon Belial formed in 1994 in Mönchengladbach, Germany, taking their name from the classic Darkthrone song of the same name. They have so far released two full length albums, "Hordes of the Darklands" in 1996 and "Nosferathu Sathanis" in 2008.
Stay tuned for further updates regarding the release of "Necrophobic Rituals".
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