HORDE OF HEL Putting Finishing Touches On Debut Album

HORDE OF HEL, which features "members from different elite death metal and black metal bands from Sweden," is putting the finishing touches on its debut album, "Blodskam", for an early 2009 release via Moribund Records. The CD "will contain 13 songs of despair and hate," according to the band.

HORDE OF HEL "represents total death, destruction of all life, and the members wish to be anonymous because of extreme lyrics and pictures," according to a press release. "HORDE OF HEL is a non-political band, but we'll still hail the tyrants of the old political world [because] of their cause to bring humans to their knees!"

Concluding, HORDE OF HEL states, "we will crush the stronghold of all life! We bring the black flag of triumph named DEATH!"

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/heldivine.


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