Satan's Wrath Streaming New Song "One Thousand Goats In Sodom"
Today Decibel Magazine brings you the second track of sacrificial torment from blackened thrash legion, Satan's Wrath. Entitled "One Thousand Goats In Sodom," the hymn comes off the band's forthcoming "Galloping Blasphemy" full-length, set for North American release through Metal Blade Records on September 25th (September 21/24 in Europe). Hear the pure sonic necromancy at this location.
Comments multi-instrumentalist Tas Danazoglou simply: "Death to posers." The following press release was also issued about the band:
"Satan's Wrath is in direct communication with thy Master through ceremonial black magic and necromantic rituals. One member alone controls 13 Satanic covens worldwide and organizes the most hideous Sabbaths which our Lord graces in the form of the Black Goat.
"So rejoice, friend and companion of Hell, thou who wonderest in the midst of shades among the graves, who longest for blood and bringest horror to mortals, you child of Satan, accept our sacrifice and be one with the master of slanders! Belial, Lucifer, Astaroth! Look favorably upon us! This glory is for you my lords!
"Formed in 2011 by Danazoglou and guitarist Stamos K, Satan's Wrath deal in a style of heavy metal music which harkens to the times when the death, black and thrash genres were all considered one in the same, and only leather, spikes and bullets were real!"
The track listing is:
1. Leonard Rising - Night of the Whip
2. Between Belial and Satan
3. One Thousand Goats in Sodom
4. Hail Tritone, Hail Lucifer
5. Galloping Blasphemy
6 .Death Possessed
7. Death to Life
8. Slaves of the Inverted Cross
9. Satan's Wrath
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