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KVLT OF EBLIS - Presents First Track From Upcoming Debut Album

Colombian black metal band Kvlt Of Eblis will release their debut album entitled Templo de la Serpiente Negra on 31st August through Morbid Skull Records. As the first excerpt from this opus the band now premiered the track named "Vudú" and you can hear it in the player below.
Kvlt Of Eblis commented: "This aggressive music reveals a direct attack to the enemies and it is an opus with a lot of hatred and destruction!"
The manifestation of Kvlt Of Eblis took shape in the ancient city of Bogota (Colombia) in the year of 2014 by Metzli and Sargon. The moniker was taken from the Opposer Cult of all Luminous Doctrine. The next year, the sect changed its location to Marinilla (Antioquia), near to Medellin City, and recruited new members to complete the circle.
Exploring the mystic paths through fire and faith, Kvlt Of Eblis chooses raw energy filled black metal as the medium to demonstrate the black side of Magick. After unerringly reaping the supernatural seeds for over three years, the coven is finally set to conjure up their first opus, Templo de la Serpiente Negra, this August. Morbid Skull Records will be unleashing it on jewel case and limited-edition digipak CDs. Kvlt Of Eblis invites you to explore the deepest abyss of esoteric ocean through Templo de la Serpiente Negra. Link