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The Devil's Blood Announces New Album "The Time Of No Time Evermore" Release Date

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Satanic rock and roll act The Devil's Blood has issued the following announcement about releasing a new album:

"With a release date scheduled for September the eleventh of two thousand and nine THE DEVIL'S BLOOD unleash this epic work that encapsulates all that defines this cult once and for all. Transcending all that has come before and and the same time affirming their origin and roots with clear artistic zeal and clear spiritual force. Many tears, screams of anguish, cries of joy and drops of blood where spent to get to this momentous junction. The recording, mixing and mastering process was again in the more than capable hands of engineer of Pieter G. Kloos whom the band have worked with since the beginning.

"This album is intended as a push towards the apex of the Kali Yuga we are currently existing in. The title describes a state of unbeing which lies just beyond existence as we perceive it 'normally' and through the words and music it is intended that nails are raked across the thin boundaries that separate us from the crawling chaos and into the timeless eternity of the thoughtless void. Our vision is that these songs, each in a different manner and from a different angle, succeed in helping the listeners to attune their beings to the vibrations of the left hand side and making its wine spill into this world, drop by drop, song by song, word by word, curse by curse and, eventually, death by death...

"...thus ushering in 'The Time Of No Time Evermore'!"

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