BAL-SAGOTH: New Song Posted Online

A brand new BAL-SAGOTH track, entitled "The Hammer of the Emperor", has been posted online at the band's page. The song comes off the group's recently completed long-awaited sixth album, "The Chthonic Chronicles", due later in the year via Nuclear Blast Records.

"The Chthonic Chronicles" (view cover here) track listing:

01. The Sixth Adulation of His Chthonic Majesty
02. Invocations Beyond The Outer-World Night
03. Six Score and Ten Oblations to a Malefic Avatar
04. The Obsidian Crown Unbound
05. The Fallen Kingdoms of the Abyssal Plain
06. Shackled to the Trilithon of Kutulu
07. The Hammer of the Emperor
08. Unfettering the Hoary Sentinels of Karnak
09. To Storm the Cyclopean Gates of Byzantium
10. Arcana Antediluvia
11. Beneath the Crimson Vaults Of Cydonia
12. Return to Hatheg-Kla

(Thanks: Schwanger)


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