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New Song "Creatures Of The Night" Streaming From Cursed Moon

Los Angeles based one man band Cursed Moon is streaming the new song "Creatures of the Night" from the upcoming debut album "Rite of Darkness." The album drops on October 27th via Hells Headbangers Records.

Cursed Moon is one of the most exciting newcomers the label has come across. Branding itself "deathwave," Cursed Moon uniquely combines classic goth-rock from the '80s with early black metal sounds, weaving a witchy atmosphere whilst being grounded firmly in the grit of evil heavy metal. It's a sound that's immediately memorable and positively addicting - and not to mention one that will appeal to a wide variety of metalheads, punks, and other assorted freaks.

The track listing for "Rite Of Darkness" is:

1. Gates of Hell
2. Rise of the Antichrist (A href="http://www.metalunderground.com/news/details.cfm?newsid=129602">streaming here)
3. Nightmares
4. Ritual Sacrifice
5. Creatures of the Night
6. Demon
7. Witches' Danse
8. A Rock and a Hard Place (Sisters of Mercy Cover)
9. Turn the Cross Upside Down (Oz Cover)
10. Assimilate (Skinny Puppy Cover)

Check out "Creatures of the Night" here:

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