BLAZE OF PERDITION premiere new song “Królestwo Niczyje”

Blaze of Perdition - Near Death Revelations

Polish black metallers, BLAZE OF PERDITION, have revealed a new track in anticipation of their third studio album, “Near Death Revelations” (set to be released on June 26th worldwide via Agonia Records). The song is called “Królestwo Niczyje” and can be listened to via Agonia Records YouTube channel:

Agonia Records recent signess, BLAZE OF PERDITION, have managed to built up an excellent reputation with their two previous albums, Towards the Blaze of Perdition” (2010) andThe Hierophant” (2011), which solidified the oufit’s position as one the most interesting new acts in the field of black metal. The group truly makes use of its creative capacities, focusing on inteligent arrangements and developing a dark, yet enigmatic unity.

After a tragic road accident in November 2013 (more news can be found here) the band’s career was open to doubt. Eventually, the event did not manage to slow BLAZE OF PERDITION for long. The upcoming “Near Death Revelations” album revolves around those past experiences.

BLAZE OF PERDITION‘s new album was mixed and mastered at Satanic Audio(Thaw, The Dead Goats). The cover artwork was created by Mentalporn (Sinister,Behemoth, Decapitated, Origin) while the layout was prepared by Kontamination Design (Demonical, Archgoat).

“Near Death Revelations” will be available in: slipcase CD, regular black LP, red LP and digital formats. There will also be a T-shirt in four versions: red abraxas,charcoal arbaxas, red NDR and charcoal NDR.

Pre-orders are available here:
Agonia Records Webshop (CD + LP + T-shirts)
Bandcamp (Digital pre-order + instant doownload of pre-released songs)

1. Królestwo Niczyje
2. Into the Void Again
3. When Mirrors Shatter
4. Dreams Shall Flesh
5. Cold Morning Fears
6. The Tunnel
7. Of No Light

S. – vocals
XCIII – guitars
Revenger – guitars/bass
Vizun – drums



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