HOD Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

August 31, 2012

San Antonio blackened death metal miscreants HOD are putting the final touches on their new full-length album. Titled "Book Of The Worm", the follow-up to 2009's "Serpent" features nine tracks of molten metal riffs and sonic decay.

Comments HOD vocalist Vladibeer Reebs: "With 'Serpent', we were five guys with some ideas. Now we're a cohesive unit with an agenda. You can feel the energy, hate, and anger in the tracks on 'Book Of The Worm'. In the end, whether it's 'Serpent', 'Book Of The Worm', or any future album, it's all gonna be fuckin' metal! That's all we know. That's all we do. That's all we are."

HOD, which is currently seeking a proper label home, recently posted some new music in the form of "Awakening Blasphemous Abominations". Taste the evil below.

In the meantime, HOD will bring its apocalyptic hymnals to the stage for a short run of rituals beginning September 7 when it will sear souls alongside progressive thrash metallers VEKTOR (and others) in San Antonio. Later that month, HOD will play the Building Temples From Death Fest II in Houston, featuring an unholy lineup of DISGORGE, PUTRID PILE, DEHUMANIZED, EMBALMER and over a dozen more. In October, the band will open for SKELETONWITCH in San Antonio before embarking on a five-date road trip with Canadian black metal horde PANZERFAUST.

HOD is:

Vladibeer Reebs - Vocals
Carl "Lord Necron" Snyder - Guitar
Trans Am – Bass

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