KONKHRA Complete Work On Fifth Album, New MP3s Posted Online

August 12, 2002

Danish extreme metallers KONKHRA have posted two songs — "Eye Of Horus" and "Warmonger" — from their as-yet-untitled forthcoming fifth full-length album online at this location. According to the band, "this forthcoming record of ours is definitely the best sounding we've done so far. Balls the size of daisy cutters, as promised."

KONKHRA have yet to secure a record deal for the release of the upcoming CD and will be utilizing the finished master to shop around during the coming weeks. A late 2002/early 2003 release is expected.

In other news, KONKHRA will headline The Carnage Metal Festival in Bouveret, Switzerland on October 5th. A warm-up show in Demark will take place a couple of days earlier.

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