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Brazilian Black Metal band Patria have just released their fourth full length studio recording, titled "Nihil Est Monastica".
Brazilian Black Metal veterans Patria released a new album last week titled "Nihil Est Monastica", marking the band's fourth full length album in five years. The album was released through French label Drakkar Productions on the 13th of March.
The track list for "Nihil Est Monastica" is as follows:
- Nihil Est Monastica
- Conquering Death's Palace
- Dark Cosmic Legend
- Ravens Almighty
- Sacro Vale dos Encantos
- Ascendent of Darkness
- Evoking the Ancient Spirits
- Storm Before Eternity
- Till Death
- The Silence of the Thrones
- Black Vomit (Sarcófago cover)
A trailer for the album was released in December 2012:
Also available are the songs "Conquering Death's Palace" and "Ascendent of Darkness", straight from the band's YouTube channel:
And here is a closer look at the album's cover art:
The album should soon be available for ordering from Drakkar Productions' online store. Previous Patria albums can be found on Amazon.com.
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