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Rage Nucleaire Unleashes New Song "Ritual Murder (And Its Attendant Blessings)"

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Savage Canadian black metal militia Rage Nucleaire returns with its most brutal offensive to date, in the form of the new album "Black Storm of Violence." Today we bring you an exclusive premiere of a track off the album - check out "Ritual Murder (And Its Attendant Blessings)" in the player below.

"Black Storm of Violence" is nihilism incarnate, devoid of all subtlety and mercy. The band, led by the inimitable Lord Worm (ex-Cryptopsy) and featuring Marduk touring drummer Fredrik Widigs in its ranks, burns through eight tracks of cult black metal including stand-outs "A Sino-American Chainsaw War," "Annihilation Frenzy," and the title track.

Rage Nucleaire's rabid metal recalls a time when the genre was still dangerous, and sharpens it with an almost masochistic rage. "Black Storm of Violence" will be released by Season of Mist on July 22nd, 2014 (July 18 worldwide) and pre-orders can be found at this location.

The band also comments: "...And the angel of light said: 'Let there be more killing, more hatred, more war and more violence,' and there was begotten a second Rage Nucléaire album. And there came a time when no good remained in the world, when chaotic evil met lawful evil, and it was called Black Storm of Violence. Now you die."

If the song below leaves you desperate for more Rage Nucleaire, be sure to also hear the full previous album "Unrelenting Fucking Hatred" over here.

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