Musik - Neue Details zur VI, TEMPLE OF BAAL und THE ORDER OF APOLLYON Splitplatte
 Am 31.03.2017 veröffentlichen die drei französischen Black/Death Geschwader VI, TEMPLE OF BAAL und THE ORDER OF APOLLYON ein Splitalbum. Aufgeteilt in drei Kapitel gibt es jeweils einen neuen Song der beteiligten Bands zu hören.

- Chapter One: "Trident Of Flesh" (The Order Of Apollyon),
- Caput Secundum: "Non Sum Dignus" (Temple Of Baal),
- Troisème Chapitre: "Aucun d'entre vous ne sera sauvé. Car c'est impossible aux hommes et tout est possible à dieu. Il ne va rien rester de vous, rien de votre nombre, de votre grandeur" (VI).

The Split will be available in the following formats:
- regular black LP (with laser etching on side B),
- limited to 200 copies red LP (with similar laser etching),
- limited to 100 copies gold LP (with a patch and similar laser etching).


Die Bands kommentieren:

"Being a part of this split along with Temple of Baal and The Order Of Apollyon was an opportunity for us to release a new single track. We thought we were done for a while with creating new music since the release of De Praestigiis Angelorum, but it appeared that we still had more to do. Expect something slightly different from what we're known for. Expect something unique" (VI).

"Split releases have paved Temple Of Baal’s history through the years as special items in the band’s discography, done with special bands strictly chosen for their common views on Black and Death Metal as sacred works of Left Hand Path dedication. Once more, Temple Of Baal teams up with bearers of the Black Flame to bring a three-fold testimony of Faith" (TEMPLE OF BAAL).

"Joining forces with Agonia for a fresh new start for The Order, we deemed appropriate to release something special. We chose to share this one with artists that we respect not only as musicians, but also as genuinely devoted human beings. The song we wrote for this EP is also meant to give you a taste of what's to come on our side in the near future" (THE ORDER OF APOLLYON).
Alucard am 03.02.2017, 07:00