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SAMAEL Reveal 3D Static Video For Title Track “Hegemony”







After taking a six year break, the Swiss industrial black metal pioneers SAMAEL are back with a dark and majestic monolith, that will crush you in an instant!

Fans were already given a taste of what to expect from the new album, with the singles "Angel of Wrath", "Red Planet", and "Black Supremacy". But now it's getting really serious... 30 years of constant evolution flow into the massive title track of their highly awaited album! We proudly present you SAMAEL's "Hegemony"!

The band comments:
"This is our grand overture... We choose to open the album with this song because we thought it sets the tone; square rhythm, martial beat, massive guitar riffs, intricate keyboards arrangements, powerful orchestration all that meshed with aggressive and relentless vocal lines... This is our Hegemony... enjoy!"

There is only one more week until “Hegemony” will finally be released on October 13, 2017 via Napalm Records! The album will be available in the following formats:

4-page digipack
2LP gatefold black
2LP gatefold gold (via Napalm Records Online Store only)
2LP gatefold red (via Napalm Records Online Store only)
And as a DELUXE BOX incl. 1 CD, 4-page digipack, a flag, a 10x10cm logo patch, and a gorgeous pendant!!!

Make sure you get your pre-order of “Hegemony” HERE!









“Hegemony” full track listing:
01. Hegemony
02. Samael
03. Angel of Wrath
04. Rite of Renewal
05. Red Planet
06. Black Supremacy
07. Murder or Suicide
08. This World
09. Against All Enemies
10. Land of the Living
11. Dictate of Transparency
12. Helter Skelter
13. Storm of Fire (Bonus Track)



Meet SAMAEL live on the following special festival appearances:
14.10.17 US - San Francisco / California Deathfest
03.11.17 CH - Lausanne / Les Docks
10.11.17 DE - Weißenhäuser Strand / Metal Hammer Paradise
25.11.17 CO - Bogota / Festival Del Diabolo



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