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Vrag To Record New Album, Releases Demo For Free Download

Sydney underground black metal band Vrag is set to record their follow up album to "Black Plague of Human Extinction," which was self released earlier in 2009 by the band. The band’s press release follows:

“This is a message from Vrag to our fans, who we know are legion. After 2 years in the abyss, we are once again whole with Borevit (guitar) and Exciter (drums) stepping up to the challenge of being in this most hated band. After a 5 date tour in early April that took us from Sydney to Hobart with no loss of life or limb supporting the great Anno Domini Mortus (NZ), we have embarked on a full-length recording. This is being done in my home studio and is progressing quite well, now 6 tracks in and about 40% complete. Expect a blending of the most heinous strains of Black Metal into what we know will be a dark, dynamic, angry album with no pretence towards progressivism and spit-polish or any of that shit that’s supposed to get you endorsements, educated nods, and 'rave' reviews. Black Metal being the last bastion of Rock ‘n Roll, where it is still dangerous and hated by squares, expect from us nothing less but a relentless work of bitter loathing and cold cynicism.

“As we do not expect this disk to see the light of day for some time, things in the underground tending to move somewhat slower than the speed of thought nor do we have immediate plans to desecrate the stage, I offer to you a demo recording that we have put out in September 2008. The original was limited to 50 tapes, but here at Vrag, we feel it deserves another airing. 'Dead to Christ by Sabbat’s Dawn' documents our performances around this time and was recorded in a toilet using Neanderthal technology. You have been warned. Enjoy!”

You can download the band’s demo for free here.

Source: Metal Obsession

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