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Diablo Blvd Releasing "Zero Hour" Album

Belgian dark groove rock outfit Diablo Blvd today announce the international release of fourth album "Zero Hour," which will be out September 22nd, 2017 via Nuclear Blast.

To give you a foretaste, check out a short video announcing the release show in Antwerpen, Belgium on September 23rd, including a snippet of the new song "Animal."

"Zero Hour" is a dark 11 track groove monster with haunting melodies, huge guitar riffs, driving bass and pounding drums. The band worked together with Belgian producer and artist Dag Taeldeman, with mixing by Jay Ruston and mastering by Paul Logus. The mesmerizing album cover was designed by Hamburg-based artist and designer Hedi Xandt.

Humanity's time is over, »Zero Hour« is here!

Track listing:
1. Animal
2. Sing From The Gallows
3. Life Amounts To Nothing
4. God in the machine
5. You Are All You Love
6. The Song is Over
7. 00:00
8. Like Rats
9. Demonize
10. The Future Will Do What It's Told
11. Summer Has Gone

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