DEINONYCHUS To Release New Album In October

Dutch doomsters DEINONYCHUS have issued the following update:

"'Warfare Machines' is the new title of the forthcoming DEINONYCHUS album which will be released on My Kingdom Music on the 12th of October 2007. Recorded and mastered in Italy under the guidance of Giuseppe Orlando [NOVEMBRE] (who also played drums on this album), this album is another progress containing a fine mixture of black/doom metal with up-tempo/blast and doom parts. First there will be a limited slipcase edition of 2000 pieces. The artwork was again done by Eric Massicotte who also did artwork for DARKTHRONE etc."

"Warfare Machines" track listing:

01. Krematorium
02. Carpet Bombing
03. Manoeuvre East
04. Napola
05. MG-34
06. False Flag
07. Nerve Agent
08. Morphium

Check out an audio sample of "MG-34" at this location.


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