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Nocturnal Graves Regroups, Working On New Album

After breaking up back in 2010, Nocturnal Graves is now back from the dead and is teaming up with Hells Headbangers to release a new album. The Australian act release debut album "Satan's Cross" in 2007 and a split LP with Hell Spirit in 2010.

The band has already begun work on this second full-length album and will start recording in two weeks at I-HQ Recordings in Australia. The band promises "around 35 minutes of explosive, violent death/thrash metal which Nocturnal Graves are known for." The title of the new album will be announced shortly.

Nocturnal Graves has also recently had a change of line-up, enlisting Shrapnel (ex-Destroyer 666) on lead guitars and L. Wilson (Denouncement pyre) on drums. The band's current line-up is:

J. - Bass/Vocals
Decaylust - Guitar
Shrapnel - Lead Guitar
L. Wilson - Drums

In May 2013, Nocturnal Graves will also tour on European soil, with shows in Germany (at Deathkult Open Air), France, Belgium, the UK, Ireland, Denmark, and Sweden among others. More Nocturnal Graves news is to be announced soon, but for more info, in the meantime consult the band's website.

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