DEATH OF DESIRE: 'ANTIhuman' Artwork Unveiled

German extreme metallers DEATH OF DESIRE, whose recording lineup includes MAYHEM drummer Hellhammer (a.k.a. Jan Axel Blomberg), have unveiled the cover artwork for their upcoming debut album, "ANTIhuman". According to the band, "The main idea for the cover art was designed by [guitarist] Morbid and F.Z. from the black metal band KYTHRONE is the man responsible for this evil 3D composition."

In other news, a "nice evil instrumental" track entitled "Patricidium" has been made available for free download via the band's MySpace page.

DEATH OF DESIRE recently announced the addition of keyboardist Arcane (pictured below; EYES OF NOCTUM) to the group's ranks.

"ANTIhuman" tentative track listing:

01. Tainted With Death (intro)
02. Into The Void
03. Kingdom
04. Progenies Of Doom
05. Insane Profetic Slaves (interlude)
06. Frozen
07. Tones Of Death
08. Severed Soul (passage)
09. Black Flame
10. Inner Sanctum
11. Rest My Ashes In Hell (outro)
12. A-S1 (instrumental) (bonus track)

Original idea:

Final artwork:


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