CRUCIFIST Announces Dates With CELTIC FROST, HIRAX

Rochester, New York-based "'70s black metal" band CRUCIFIST — which features in its ranks bassist Dan Lilker (NUCLEAR ASSAULT, BRUTAL TRUTH, THE RAVENOUS) as well as Mike Waske (drums ORODRUIN), John Gallo (guitar ORODRUIN, BLIZARO) and Ron Blackwell (vocals) — has lined up the following live dates:

Nov. 07 - Rochester, NY - The Penny Arcade (w/ CELTIC FROST, GOATWHORE)
Nov. 14 - Rochester, NY - The Bug Jar (w/ HIRAX, ANAL CUNT)

CRUCIFIST recently completed the recording sessions for its debut album. The tentative track listing is as follows:

01. Intro
02. Putrid Mother Lode
03. Witchgrip
04. Skull-Smashing Face-Ripping Death
05. Honor
06. Demon-Haunted World
07. Curse of the Plasma Hound
08. Tumefaction
09. Anus Mundi
10. Angel of Death (ANGEL WITCH cover)

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