THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL To Release New Album In October

U.K. black metallers THE MEADS OF ASPHODEL will release their new album, "The Mill Hill Sessions", in October through Godreah Records. The CD, which contains two sessions recorded earlier this year at Mill Hill studio, features guest appearances by HAWKWIND's Alan Davey and Huw Lloyd Langton on bass and lead guitar, respectively. The album "airs the band in a raw environment with guitars taking over the main sound, leaving the keyboards at a bare minimum," according to a posting on the group's web site.

"The Mill Hill Sessions" track listing:

01. God is Rome
02. Grisly Din Of Killing Steel
03. 80 Grains of Sand
04. The Watchers of Catal Huyuk
05. A Healer Made God
06. Refuse/Resist (SEPULTURA cover)

In addition, the band "blasted out" a 25-minute track called "My Beautiful Genocide", which contains many work-in-progress sections that may or may not see the light of day on future studio releases.

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