SATAN'S HOST: New Song Available For Streaming

"For The Love of Satan", a new song from Colorado Satanic metal masters SATAN'S HOST, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track comes off "Celebration For The Love Of Satan", which was released on November 22, 2011 via Moribund Records. The disc is a collection of re-recorded versions of songs spanning the band's entire career, exclusing the material that was released on this year's "By The Hands Of The Devil" album, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the release of SATAN'S HOST's classic debut LP, "Metal From Hell". The new disc, which also includes two new songs, was once again recorded with producer Dave Otero at Flatline Audio in Denver, Colorado and has exclusive artwork by world-renowned artists Chris Moyen and Joe Petagno, with photography by Brent Boutte of Mirrorlife Productions.

"Celebration For The Love Of Satan" track listing:

01. For The Love of Satan (new song)
02. Hell Fire (from "Metal From Hell")
03. Metal From Hell (from "Metal From Hell")
04. Witches Return (from "Midnight Wind")
05. Cauldron Of The Ancients (from "In Articulo Mortis")
06. Nightside Of Eden (from "Archidoxes of Evil")
07. Ecliptic Equinox (from "Burning The Born Again [A New Philosophy]")
08. H.E.L.L. (from "Burning The Born Again [A New Philosophy]")
09. Satanic Grimoire (from "Satanic Grimoire: A Greater Black Magick")
10. "The Cursing" Vampyric Evil-Eye (from "Great American Scapegoat…666")
11. Dark Priest "Lord Ahriman" (from "Power~Purity~Perfection…999")
12. Convictions (new song)

SATAN'S HOST recently re-signed with Moribund Records for another two albums with exclusive options.


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