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01. Aeon Sable
- Aether
02. Amorphis
- Queen Of Time
03. Atrium Carceri
- Codex
04. Dimmu Borgir
- Eonian
05. Behemoth
- I Loved You At Your Darkest
06. The Eternal
- Waiting For The Endless Dawn
07. MGT
- Gemini Nyte
08. Primordial
- Exile Amongst The Ruins
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- Salt
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DIABOLICUM - Cult Industrial Black Metal Misanthropes To Unleash First Full-Length In Fourteen Years

Following a fourteen-year slumber, cult Swedish industrial black metal misanthropes, DiabolicuM, now featuring the diseased vocal conjurings of Shining's Niklas Kvarforth, return with the tormented tones of third full-length, Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows). Initially spawed in 1994 by Sasrof and Thorne under the Imperial moniker, DiabolicuM stand among the prime instigators of the industrial black metal scene. The collective's first demo appeared under the title Mori Voluntaria. The tape was recorded in just two days at a mental hospital and included the session vocals of Blackblood (Tommy Dahlström now of Aeon). Following various personnel shifts, Imperial unleashed The Imperial Darkness demo with vocals and lead guitar handled by Thyrfing (Stefan Dhalberg) with third demo, De FÆrdÆmdas Legion, unveiled by Arte De Occulta shortly thereafter. By 1997, members of Imperial formed black metal collective, Helvete, together with Mysteriis and Kraath of Setherial. The project was put on hold when guitarist Sasrof took over bass responsibilities for Setherial. Two years later, Imperial changed their name to DiabolicuM. Nathzion (AKA Zeb Nilsson now of Aeon) joined the ranks as lead guitarist and DiabolicuM's debut, the annihilating The Grandeur Of Hell, dropped in 1999 via Napalm Records. In the summer of 2000, DiabolicuM fled Napalm to explore new opportunities and forged a union with Italian imprint, Code666. Brandishing a flawless meld of Swedish black metal and industrial ambient noise, 2001's resulting The Dark Blood Rising full-length is now considered a cult classic among the industrial black metal scene. In the years to follow, the band published a collection of early demos (The Killing Spree 1.5) and two split 7" EP - one with Watain; the other with Angst - before penning their third diabolic opus with new vocalist Niklas Kvarforth (Shining) and lead guitarist Likstrand. After several setbacks and delays, the band is finally ready to undrape Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows). Spewing forth nine merciless tracks of sonic scorn, and featuring guest appearances by Malfeitor Fabban (Aborym) and Vargher (Naglfar, Bewitched, Ancient Wisdom), with cryptic artwork by Maxime Taccardi, Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows) is anguished, devouring and destined to become a new milestone within the industrial black metal community. Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows) will be available in special digipack CD format as well as a limited edition, double gatefold LP and deluxe limited leather box on 29th May in Europe and on 7th July in North America via Code666. Preorders will be available on 12th May with teaser tracks to be revealed in the coming weeks. Tracklist and cover artwork are below. Link


Ia Pazuzu (The Abyss Of The Shadows) tracklist:
01. Baxxar Ehl Uhza
02. The Void Of Astaroth
03. The Silent Spring
04. Genocide Bliss
05. Salvation Through Vengeance
06. The Abyss Of The Shadows
07. One Mans War
08. Angelmaker
09. Ia Pazuzu

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