NECROPHOBIC Schedule German Party For "Bloodhymns"

January 30, 2002

Swedish death metallers NECROPHOBIC will hold a release party for their fourth full-length album, entitled Bloodhymns, in Hamburg, Germany on March 29th. Organized by the group's new publishing company Sure Shot Worx, the event will feature a live performance from the group, and will also include media/press interviews. Bloodhymns is due to be released through Hammerheart Records on April 8th. The full track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Taste of Black
02. Dreams Shall Flesh
03. Act of Rebellion
04. Shadowseeds
05. Mourningsoul
06. Hellfire
07. Cult of Blood
08. Roots of Heldrasill
09. Blood Anthem
10. Among the Storms

Bloodhymns will be released both on CD and vinyl.

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