NECROPHAGIA: Another New Song Available For Streaming

June 29, 2012

A new demo song from legendary gore metal pioneers NECROPHAGIA, "Hexen Nacht (All The Witches Dance)", can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track will be included on the band's new album, "WhiteWorm Cathedral", which will tentatively be released this Halloween.

NECROPHAGIA recently announced that "WhiteWorm Cathedral" will feature the return of Mirai Kawashima (SIGH) on keyboards/synthesizer. Both NECROPHAGIA mainman Frank "Killjoy" Pucci and Mirai have stated that really miss working together. According to NECROPHAGIA, "The keyboards will be Mirai's most horrific and chilling yet!"

NECROPHAGIA recently released a teaser trailer (see below) for their upcoming DVD, "Gospel Of Gore". Produced and directed by Toetag Inc., the DVD "combines the audio horror of NECROPHAGIA and the visual assault Toetag brings forth," according to a press release.

NECROPHAGIA's most recent CD, "Deathtrip 69", came out in May 2011 via Season Of Mist. The band's fifth official full-length effort was recorded at Last House On The Left Studios in Ohio with vocalist Killjoy and guitarist Boris Randall handling production duties. The cover concept and title track were based on the "Manson family" ordeal of the late 1960s.

"Deathtrip 69" featured guest appearances by Maniac (SKITLIV, ex-MAYHEM) and Casey Chaos (AMEN).

"Hexen Nacht (All The Witches Dance)" demo version:

"March Of The DeathCorps(e)" demo version:

"Gospel Of Gore" teaser trailer:

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