Bombs Of Hades Streaming New Song "Burn" Online
Swedish deathcrust delinquents Bombs of Hades will unleash new full-length, "The Serpent’s Redemption" via Pulverised Records on September 17th, 2012. The follow-up to 2010’s "Chambers Of Abominations" was recorded and mixed at Welfare Sounds Studio (RAM, Bombus, etc) and offers up eight tracks of sonic wreckage as well as the unholy artwork of Polish illustrator Rafal Kruszyk (Interment, Hooded Menace, Machetazo, Cianide, Coffins etc.).
Check out the song “Burn” at the band’s official Facebook profile right here. The following press release was also issued about the band:
"Forged in 2002 by bassist Ander Ekman and vocalist/guitarist Jonas Stålhammar (ex-God Macabre, ex-Utumno, etc) as an excuse to get drunk and pay homage to the likes of Discharge, Anti Cimex, Dissober, Autopsy, Nihilist/Entombed, Carnage and Slayer, Bombs of Hades initially churned out gristly crustpunk before heading towards an oldschool Swedish death metal direction, always retaining a burly d-beat/crust vibe. The band issued their Carnivores EP through Blood Harvest Records in 2008 as a limited 7”. The EP harvested considerable underground buzz and sold out. Bombs of Hades went on to release the Chambers of Abominations full-length again through Blood Harvest as well as an assortment of split 7”s and 10”s. Now it’s time for The Serpent’s Redemption. Bring out your dead…"
The track listing is as follows:
1) Crawl Away And Bleed Forever
2) Darkness, My Soul
4) The Serpent's Redemption
5) Forgotten In Graves
6) Incubus Descending
7) Skull Collector
8) Scorched Earth
Part 1: Into Chaos
Part 2: The Throne Of Flesh
Part 3: Rapture
Bombs of Hades is:
Jonas Stålhammar – Vocals / Guitars
P-O Söderback – Guitars
Magnus Forsberg – Drums
Anders Ekman – Bass
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