HORNED ALMIGHTY Recording New Album
Danish black metallers HORNED ALMIGHTY, featuring current members of EXMORTEM and former members of KOLDBORN, have finished recording the drums, guitar, bass and leads for their as-yet-untitled third album. The vocal-recording sessions will begin shortly and the CD should be completely finished by November 1. The follow-up to 2006's "The Devil's Music" will contain nine brand new songs and will "portray HORNED ALMIGHTY from their darkest and heaviest side yet," according to a press release. Songtitles set to appear on the album include "Vile Works of Witchcraft", "Death of the Soul", "Contaminating the Divine", "Serpent Tempter" and "The Doctrine Supreme".
HORNED ALMIGHTY is currently seeking a label to release the new CD. Interested parties can contact the group via its MySpace page.
HORNED ALMIGHTY's last album, "The Devil's Music", was released in April 2006 through Infernus Rex from Holland.
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