KULT OV AZAZEL Prepare To Record "Occulus Infernum"

June 16, 2002

South Florida black metallers KULT OV AZAZEL are writing the material for their next studio opus, entitled Occulus Infernum, for a late 2002/early 2003 release through Arctic Music. The first album with new drummer Goss, the forthcoming CD will mark the first time in two years that the group have written/recorded as a full-functioning band. In other news, KULT OV AZAZEL's re-release of Triumph Of Fire on 12" vinyl, due in July through Arctic, will be limited to 300 copies with the first 100 printed on clear vinyl.

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