BELPHEGOR's 'The Last Supper' To Be Released On Limited-Edition Vinyl

December 2, 2010

The vinyl version of BELPHEGOR's "The Last Supper" album will be made available on December 24 via Funeral Industries. Strictly limited to 1,350 copies, the LP features "40 minutes of ultra-brutal, anti-Christian death metal, more unique in its evilness than any other monument ever unleashed from hell," according to a press release.

"The Last Supper" will be manufactured as a noble gatefold LP inside a full-colored heavy carton and a printed inner sleeve. It also comes with a DIN A2 poster with the original "The Last Supper" painting.


150 - Splattered Vinyl
150 - Marbled Vinyl
700 - Black Vinyl
350 - Picture Vinyl

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BELPHEGOR will release its ninth full-length studio album, "Blood Magick Necromance", on January 14, 2011 in Europe and on February 8, 2011 in the U.S. via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was produced by Peter Tägtgren (IMMORTAL, CELTIC FROST, HYPOCRISY, DIMMU BORGIR) at his Abyss Studios in Pärlby, Sweden and mastered by Jonas Kjellgren.

BELPHEGORhas tapped two artists from Austria for artwork purposes: Helmut Wolech (a fetish photographer and former mortician) and Joachim Luetke for the magickal graphics and cover artwork.

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