Guitarist FREDIABLO Offers Updates On HEMNUR, GORELORD and GRIMFIST
NECROPHAGIA axeman Frediablo's black metal project HEMNUR have uploaded three tracks from their demo, "Ravnsvart" (Ravenblack), to their new website at this location.
HEMNUR's debut album, "Untamed Norwegian Black Metal", will include 13 tracks of raw old-school Norwegian black metal and is scheduled for release in early-to-mid 2005 via Baphomet Records. The band have also already recorded their sophomore album, entitled "Satanic Hellride".
In other news, Frediablo will be back with a brand new GORELORD web site this Halloween (Sunday, Oct. 31). Fans will be able to download a brand new track from the upcoming third GORELORD album, "Norwegian Chainsaw Massacre", due in May/June 2005 via Coffin Records.
Also on the Frediablo-related front, GRIMFIST are currently in pre-production recording material for the follow-up to debut album, "Ghouls of Grandeur". Their official web site has also had a makeover at www.grimfist.com. "The new material is fucking brutal!!!" Fredablo said in a statement. "Expect the unexpected!!"
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