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Latest Throneum News

Below is our complete Throneum 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.

Destruktor Releases Split With Throneum

An Australian/Polish celebration of barbarism awaits with "A Prophecy of Nihilism," joining together Destruktor and Throneum on a split 7".

Up first is Australia's Destruktor with "Besieged," a characteristically caustic attack that fuses the blackest of black metal and the deathliest of death metal.

Prolific like few others and always committed to the diehard metal cause, Poland's Throneunm follow with "Chtonian Lust," one of the band's rawest and most primal pounders, featuring some tastefully Bathorian soloing during the song's frenzied finale.

The 7" can be ordered via Hells Headbangers here, and the track listing is as follows:

Side A
1. Destruktor - Besieged
Side B
2. Throneum - Chtonian Lust More...

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Throneum Streaming New Song Online

Polish death metallers Throneum have completed the recording of their new album "Deathcult Conspiracy," which is set to be released on October 12th through Pagan Records. A sample track from the album titled "Bloody Sacrifice for the Morning Star" can be heard at the band's MySpace page.

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Throneum Signs To Displeased Records

Polish old school black/death veterans THRONEUM signed to Displeased Records. The mastertapes for their upcoming full length "Deathmass Of The Gravedancer" have been delivered. Expect their most intense and maniacal record to date.

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Throneum and Revelation of Doom Split Complete

The split with THRONEUM and REVELATION OF DOOM is now done, and is expected to be released late February, 2007 on Pagan Records. The album is called "Total Regression!" and clocks in about 40 minutes, consisting of exclusive, all new cuts from both bands, as well as plenty of covers (Hellhammer, Blasphemy, Destruction, Morgoth to name a few...).

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