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Noctem Streaming New Song "Universal Disorder" Online

After a couple of demos and a live record, Noctem released the debut album "Divinity" in 2009. Since then the quintet has hit the road hard and shared stages with the likes of Napalm Death, Gorgoroth, and Incantation. Earlier this year, Noctem entered the studio to work on sophomore full-length "Oblivion," the 11-song album that will hit North American stores October 25th.

Starting today, AOL's Noisecreep is streaming the track "Universal Disorder" off the upcoming release "Oblivion." Read an official statement from Noctem about "Universal Disorder" at Noisecreep and check out the track here.

Cover artwork for "Oblivion" was created by Marcelo Vasco, a Brazilian designer who worked with Noctem on the "Divinity" cover and is also known for his work with bands like Dimmu Borgir, Dark Funeral, Satyricon, Belphegor, and Gorgoroth.

The track listing is as follows:

1. Popol Vuh
2. The arrival of the false gods
3. Universal disorder
4. Abnegation and brutality
5. Invictus
6. Sons of Hun-vucub
7. Seeking the ruin of souls
8. Unredemption
9. Q'uma'rka'aa'j
10. A borning winged snake
11. Oblivion

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