Blasphemous Creation Comments On New Album "Battle Of The Ancients"
Nevada based blackened death metallers Blasphemous Creation have lifted the lid on their upcoming second full-length release "Battle Of The Ancients." The band now has 9 songs completed for the new album, which is the follow up to the 2009 debut "Diabolical Kingdom."
The album will be released on San Francisco based label Apocrypha Records, and Blasphemous Creation will enter Metal Works Studio in Folsom, CA to record with Josh Williams at the controls. Cover artwork is being done by Tony Koehl, who is known for his cover art of The Black Dahlia Murder's "Deflorate" album as well as covers for several underground death metal bands.
According to the band, the story at the heart of the album focuses on the Sumerian gods, the Anunnaki, who are actually flesh and blood extraterrestrials from a planet called Nibiru. Blasphemous Creation commented on the story: "Thousands of years ago when their planet's atmosphere began to disappear they came to the Earth to mine for gold in order to create an artificial atmosphere of gold particles for their home planet. They genetically engineered human beings as a slave race to do the work not just on Earth but on multiple planets. 'Battle Of The Ancients' tells the tale of how the 'Gods' waged war against an advanced race of humans they created called the Plejaren on a planet called Erra. They freed themselves from the tyranny of the Anunnaki only to be wiped out in a vicious battle to the death. Afterwards the 'Gods' returned to Earth claiming it as their new home as their world Nibiru had become uninhabitable. In a lust for power they fought against one another for supremacy and control of Earth and the other planets."
"Battle Of The Ancients" is expected to be released in December, followed by a tour to promote the album. Further details will be announced as they are made available.
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