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BELPHEGOR Unveil 'Baphomet' Live Video Before Playing 70,000 Tons Of Metal




Shortly before invading the 70,000 Tons Of Metal Cruise, where they will perform two crushing live sets, diabolical death/black metal commando BELPHEGOR present a live clip of 'Baphomet'.


The song is the opening track of the band's latest offering Totenritual and was recorded during the live ritual at Saving Christmass Festival in Nörrköping, Sweden last December, by the band's friend and Norwegian shaman, Espen Dyngen.

Watch the clip here: https://youtu.be/ceRv2X5UEK0




Catch the band on their worldwide Totenritual Crusade, which started in autumn last year and will cremate the following countries this year. More shows will be announced soon.

LATIN AMERICAN »TOTENRITUAL« CRUSADE 2018
02.03. BR Recife - Burburinho
03.03. BR Fortaleza - Teatro Boca Rica
04.03. BR São Paulo - Carioca Club
06.03. BR Rio de Janeiro - Teatro Odisséia
08.03. PY Asunción - Absoluto Rock
09.03. RA Buenos Aires - Uniclub
10.03. RCH Santiago - Blondie
11.03. RCH Temuco, C. de E. Puerto Madero
13.03. BOL La Paz - Inti Palace II
16.03. CO Bogotá - Auditorio Lumiere

AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND »TOTENRITUAL« CRUSADE MAY 2018
05.05. AUS Sydney - Direct Underground Fest
06.05. AUS Melbourne - Direct Underground Fest

»TOTENRITUAL« FESTIVAL INVASION 2018
01. - 05.02. USA Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, FL - 70000 Tons of Metal
01.04. D Munich - Dark Easter Metal Meeting
14.06. D Ferropolis - With Full Force
13.07. S Gävle - Gefle Metal Festival
25.07. SLO Tolmin - Metaldays
02.08. D Wacken - Wacken Open Air
04.08. RO Rasnov - Rockstadt Extreme Fest
25.08. A Spital am Semmering - Kaltenbach Open Air


Order the album now: nuclearblast.com/belphegor-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 was created by Greek artist Seth Siro Anton, who also painted the cover artwork for Pestokalypse VI in 2006 and Conjuring The Dead in 2014.


Baphomet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugX0T2yi20s

www.belphegor.at 

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