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Queen Of Time
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With Doom We Come
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Stardust
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Godspeed
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Evaporate
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Each Failing Step
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NOCTURNES MIST - Track From Upcoming Album Available For Streaming

Australian black metallers Nocturnes Mist have made available for streaming the new track "Barbs Of Sadism", taken from their upcoming third album entitled Diabolical Baptism, which will be released on 15th September via Seance Records. Following quickly on the heels of last year's scorching second album, March To Perdition, Diabolical Baptism completes an unholy trinity of albums that forever establishes Nocturnes Mist as one of the darkest and most uncompromising antipodean forces. More savage, more immediate, and more engaging, the band goes from strength to strength here, heralding a new era for their characteristically Aussie black metal. Listen to "Barbs Of Sadism" in the player below.
Nocturnes Mist was formed in Adelaide, South Australia in 1997 and have since remained veiled in mystery and fog. The band was ignited amidst a strong movement of bands from South Australia such as Stargazer, Cauldron Black Ram, Mournful Congregation, Darklord and Beyond Mortal Dreams among others. However, Nocturnes Mist remained undeservedly underrated and overlooked, as black metal had yet to reach the peak of its popularity in Australia and Australian bands were hindered by isolation, great distance between states, and poor distribution in the days before the internet was widely available in households. Link