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Cult of Fire

From: Czech Republic
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Cult of Fire 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.

Cult Of Fire Streaming New Song

Cult of Fire today premieres the new track "मृत्यु का वीभत्स नृत्य" online. Check it out at Pitchfork.com here.

The track hails from the band's forthcoming new album, set for international release on November 30th via Iron Bonehead Productions on both LP and cassette formats. The track listing is as follows: More...

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Cult Of Fire Reveals Album Artwork, Track Listing

Today Cult of Fire reveals the cover and track listing to the मृत्यु का तापसी अनुध्यान album, which will see release via Iron Bonehead on November 30th on both LP and cassette formats. The track listing is as follows:

१. संहार रक्त काली
२ . अस्तित्व की चिता पर
३ . शव साधना
४ . काली मां
५ . मृत्यु ही सत्य है
६ . मृत्यु का वीभत्स नृत्य
७ . खण्ड मण्ड योग
८ . दिव्य प्रेम की ज्वाला से दग्ध More...

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Cult Of Fire Streams New Track

Cult of Fire today reveals a new, as-yet-unnamed track from the band's forthcoming album for Iron Bonehead Productions. Check it out below. The following press release was issued about the band:

"From the days of Root and Master's Hammer on to Maniac Butcher and Dark Storm and more recently Triumph, Genus and Death Karma, the Czech Republic has long been fertile ground for the blackest of metals.

"With the release of their Triumvirát debut last year, Cult of Fire exploded onto the scene as a new contender well versed in the olden ways. Now, with their second album, Cult of Fire stand poised to drag those Olden Ways into a perversely brighter/darker future. On this album, the sound is undeniably 'black metal' by definition, but Cult of Fire shred the rulebook in favor of ancient, arcane texts, speaking in forbidden tongues that dazzle with a certain kaleidoscopic flavor/fervor.

"Indeed, Cult of Fire is aptly named, as the attack encompasses coruscating gnarliness and winding, grinding violence, yet their grasp of dynamics spans a dizzying array of songcrafts, often simmering into melody-infused mysticism and patient, doomed-out excursions: not so much speaking a different language from black metal, but speaking one that's an entirely unique dialect." More...

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