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BELPHEGOR Unveil Third New Studio Trailer





BELPHEGOR Release New Album Trailer 



On September 15th, BELPHEGOR will unleash their new full-length inferno 'Totenritual', bringing once again merciless black/death sound into the world. On the 5th July the band unveiled a studio trailer showing frontman Helmuth Lehner during the recording process of the rhythm guitars for the 9 crushing new tracks. 


Watch the clip here and below:
https://youtu.be/0ck7DwKZ5_Y




Last week, BELPHEGOR announced their European headline tour together with DESTRÖYER666, ENTHRONED, NERVOCHAOS and NORDJEVEL

28.09.2017 - DEN - Copenhagen, Pumpuheset
04.10.2017 - GER - Weinheim, Café Central
05.10.2017 - GER - Oberhausen, Helvete
06.10.2017 - BEL - Bruges, Het Entrepot
07.10.2017 - BEL - Marbehan, Salle du Bois Isles
08.10.2017 - UK - London, The Dome
10.10.2017 - UK - Glasgow, Audio
12.10.2017 - IRE - Belfast, Limelight 2
13.10.2017 - IRE - Dublin, Voodoo Lounge
17.10.2017 - FR - Marseille, Jas' Rod
18.10.2017 - CH - Lucurne, Schuur
20.10.2017 - AUT - Graz, Xplosiv

Or see the band live on the following festivals:

07.07. D Ballenstedt - Rockharz Open Air
23.07. I Brescia - Colony Open Air
02.08. A Vienna - Jolly Roger Festival
18.08. D Dinkelsbühl - Summer Breeze
24.08. D Crispendorf - Wolfszeit Festival
26.08. CZ Brezova u Sokolova - Brezovska Metalova Noc X
15./16.12. S Norrköping - Black Christmas

This is the track list of the forthcoming album Totenritual:

I. Baphomet
II. The Devil's Son
III. Swinefever - Regent Of Pigs
IV. Apophis - Black Dragon
V. Totenkult - Exegesis Of Deterioration
VI. Totenbeschwörer [Instrumental]
VII. Spell Of Reflection
VIII. Embracing A Star
IX. Totenritual

Totenritual was recorded at Stage One Studios, Germany and Studio Mischmaschine, Austria. Over three years have passed since the Conjuring The Dead album was released. The new album will be mixed by Jason Suecof and mastering done by Mark Lewis at Audiohammer Studios, Florida.

The artwork will once again be created by Greek artist Seth Siro Anton, who also painted the cover artwork for Pestokalypse VI in 2006 and Conjuring The Dead in 2014.


ICYMI:
Drum recording trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TALTwCqLtHU
'Totenkult - Exegesis Of Deterioration' recorded live inside their "rehearsal bunker":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMT9xxBpFK4
Studiotrailer #1 - Drums: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TALTwCqLtHU
Studiotrailer #2 - Bass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH6wXO4MvOQ








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