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Dreadlords To Release Debut LP This Year

A cult deeply founded in the darker realms of humanity and the occult, Dreadlords will unveil an ominous debut LP later this year on Not Just Religious Music. The following press release was issued about the band:

"Containing members of Panther Modern and T.O.M.B., and hailing from different areas in the Pennsylvania and Maryland area, the members of Dreadlords boast a cruel, snarling brew of organic traditional blues and crushingly dark Americana. Banjos, chimes, percussive elements and amplified acoustic instrumentation, intermittently infused with the slight presence of psychedelic black metal and noise experimentation, with a permeating and harrowing low-end vocal crooning congregate in an organic, brutally raw, intoxicating demonic delivery.

"Following their cult demo release last year and waves of live performances throughout the eastern half of the US, including an East Coast tour with King Dude, the members of Dreadlords culminated on the final day of 2013, entering Satan's Palace in rainy Cherry Hill, New Jersey in order to concoct a new musical ritual to take your soul. The band will release the LP this Harvest Season via Not Religious Music, the label forged nearly one year ago by occult rock purveyor, King Dude and home to several releases by King Dude including a split with Chelsea Wolfe."

Further details on this maiden full-length will be proclaimed in the sweltering Summer ahead as it is finalized for public intake. You can also see the band live:

6/21/2014 Holy Underground - Baltimore, MD w/ Mold Omen, Rose Moon Bone, Liveshitbingepurge, Brid

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