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Latest Lvcifyre News

Below is our complete Lvcifyre news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Eindhoven Adds More Bands To Lineup

Marduk, Vektor, Purgatory, Desaster, Necros Christos, Todestriebe and the Dutch metal battle winner Rise a Thousand are the latest acts that have been confirmed for the seventh edition of the independent Eindhoven Metal Meeting festival.

This year's edition is set to take place December 11 & 12th, 2015 at the Effenaar venue in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. In total 32 bands will make their appearance at the festival. More bands will be announced soon, and for now the current lineup is as follows: More...

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Lvcifyre Releases New Music Video

Lvcifyre has a new video clip out now for "Sun Eater," which can be seen below, and is the title track to a new album set for release in January 2014 by Dark Descent Records. The band also comments:

"As we move onwards from the blaze of capturing the Sun Eater, echoes follow, a hunger for something undone, the vibrations of a missing chapter coiling around us. And where the voice is, so is the Vision.

"We captured the Flesh of emotion, His breath, the Fyre that pumps in our hearts and it would never have come forth without our companions, for whose offering to the Sun Eater we are deeply grateful: L. and A Thousand Lost Civilizations, the right man in the right place; Nele Vereecke for her extreme talent and craft of the highest calibre - the time and effort you dedicated to this project has left us speechless; Jeremie and Blackout Studio - for everything you made that made us grow, brother; Norgaath for transport and cigars; and Mark of the Devil, the Priest of the Black Sun, who once again stepped into the Fyre with us." More...

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Lvcifyre Streaming Entire Album

InvisibleOranges.com and Dark Descent Record have posted "Svn Eater," the brand new full-length from London blackened death metal act Lvcifyre, in its entirety. Check out the InviibleOranges.com exclusive debut of Svn Eater at this location or below to stream the album ahead of its January 21st release.

"Svn Eater" is available on CD, red vinyl and black vinyl. Two different t-shirt designs are also being offered to commemorate the album's release. Artwork for "Svn Eater" comes courtesy of Timo Ketola (tentacula.org). The album was recorded and mixed at Blackout Multimedia Studio in Belgium. More...

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Lvcifyre Streaming New Track

London blackened death metallers Lvcifyre will release their second full-length album, entitled "Svn Eater," on January 21st via Dark Descent Records. Lvcifyre signed with Dark Descent last year for the release of "Svn Eater" on vinyl, CD and digital formats. The album's title track is now streaming below. Artwork for "Svn Eater" will be courtesy of Timo Ketola.

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Lvcifyre Signs With Dark Descent

Dark Descent Records has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Lvcifyre:

"We are proud to announce the addition of Lvcifyre to the Dark Descent Records roster. The label will be responsible for releasing Lvcifyre’s second full-length opus and follow-up to the seminal debut 'The Calling Depths.'

"Over the past three years, Dark Descent has built up a notorious reputation of delivering the highest-calibre works of Death Metal Darkness from the underground and proudly propagating the Fallen Light. Thus, it is the perfect lurking place for Lvcifyre.

"With the new album, Lvcifyre will unleash the most wrathful and apocalyptic sonic plague heard by Man; manifesting the hidden forces beyond the threshold to awaken the Darkness lurking deep inside you! HDHM!"

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Lvcifyre To Release "The Calling Depths" Album

London chaos-horde Lvcifyre will unleash the debut full-length, "The Calling Depths," via Pulverised on January 2nd, 2012.

The follow-up to the "Dying Light ov God" EP released via Sweden’s Blood Harvest in 2008, "The Calling Depths" was recorded, mixed, and mastered at Poland’s Factory Studio and features album art by Alexander L. Brown (Mitochondrion, Corpsessed, Witchrist, Wodensthrone, etc).

Said the band in a collective statement: “LVCIFYRE raises a black flag salute to the ancient powers of Chaos! Our creation is a scream heard in the deep abyss!” The track listing is as follows:

1. The Calling Depths
2. Succubi
3. The Faceless One
4. LCF
5. Holy Chaos
6. Death’s Magnetic Sleep
7. Husk Of Impurity
8. The Great Fall More...

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