BLEEDING FIST: 'Monuments Desecration' Video Released

February 17, 2011

"Monuments Desecration", the new video from Slovenian chaos-black metallers BLEEDING FIST, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's forthcoming mini-CD, "Devil's Ferox", which is scheduled for release on May 31 via Moribund. The CD will contain five brand-new songs, including a tribute track to the legendary DEATH SS, and will also feature an enhanced portion with videos for "Invocation Into Devil's Flesh" and the EP's title track.

BLEEDING FIST has released two critically acclaimed records on Moribund: last year's "Macabrum Bestia Ex Abyssus" mini-CD (from which "Invocation Into Devil's Flesh" is taken) and the 2009 debut album "Bestial Kruzifix666ion".

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