BLACK FLAME: New Song Available For Streaming

"Apocalyptic Zero", a new track from BLACK FLAME, the Italian black/death metal horde featuring members of GLORIOR BELLI, is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. The song comes off the group's new album, "Imperivm" (cover artwork), which is due on June 23 via through Forces Of Satan/Regain Records. The CD, which is described in a press release as the "most violent, intense and occult album ever," features the following track listing:

01. Reqviem
02. Imperivm
03. Ad Infera
04. Lvdvs Dianae
05. The Other Face Ov Hell
06. Black Svn Theory
07. Apocalyptic Zero
08. The Secret Ov Lapis Manalis

According to a press release, BLACK FLAME specializes in "totally blasphemous, dark and brutal death/black metal played at ridiculous speeds. For fans of INCANTATION, IMMOLATION, SARCOFAGO and SATYRICON."


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