DEMONIC CHRIST To Record New Album In November

DEMONIC CHRIST guitarist/vocalist Dana Duffey Clayton has sent the following update to BLABBERMOUTH.NET:

"New album to be recorded! Details: Dana is in the process of writing new material for the upcoming DEMONIC CHRIST opus. It is confirmed that long time comrade, Proscriptor McGovern (ABSU) will be drumming on the new album and fellow old-schooler, Lord Sabathan (ENTHRONED) will occupy the bass position. This is an exciting combination and should most definitely prove to be the best material of DEMONIC CHRIST. Recording of the album will begin in November for an early 2006 release on BlackMetal.com. This release will follow the two re-releases also coming out on BlackMetal.com July 2005. Both full-length albums, 'Punishment For Ignorance' and 'Demonic Battle Metal', will be reissued with new layouts & bonus tracks!"

For more information, visit www.demonicchrist.com.

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