Austria's death/black metal troop Belphegor are premiering the official music video for "Conjuring The Dead" - the title track of their brand new opus. This gives you an opportunity to listen to another new song from the album. The clip was shot and edited this past May by director Walter Fanninger with German fetish/tattoo model Makani Terror embodying the main character on screen. You can watch it now here.
After some teasers and studio videos, today you finally get to hear a full new song from Belphegor. The Austrian diabolical death/black metal duo just premiered a lyric video for the track "Gasmask Terror" off their first new album in three years, Conjuring The Dead. This song opens the album. Stream "Gasmask Terror" right here and tell us if it lives up to your expectations.
Death/black metal duo Belphegor has posted online footage of their last rehearsals, a few days before Serpenth and Marthyn flew to Mana Studios, St. Petersburg, Florida to track the bass guitars and blazing drums for the new opus Conjuring The Dead with producer Erik Rutan. This rehearsal footage offers a first impression of the brutality yet to be unleashed. Take this opportunity to listen to a few samples of the new material.
Today is the day you get to see the album cover that will grace Conjuring The Dead, which is the impending new album from Austrian extreme metal duo Belphegor. The cover design was created by the well-known Greek artist Seth Siro Anton (Septicflesh), who also painted the cover of Pestapokalypse IV in 2006.
The wait for the follow-up to Belphegor's latest album Blood Magick Necromance is almost over. After some delays and a break as frontman Helmuth recovered from a severe illness, the Austrian black/death metal duo will be back and finally unveiled the title and release date of their new creation. The name of the album will be Conjuring The Dead and their tenth album is set to be released on August 8th (Europe) and August 11th (UK/France) 2014 via Nuclear Blast.
While the follow-up to Blood Magick Necromance is in the works, death/black metal group Belphegor have uploaded a video clip for "In Blood - Devour This Sanctity" which is available to watch below. The song is from their latest album and intends to give your Halloween festivities a new horrific dimension. The video was recorded live at Moscow "Moskva Hall" on October 6th, 2013 and edited by Andrey Kovalev.
Austrian relentless black/death metal duo Belphegor announced the anniversary performances across Russia this coming October. The band is going to celebrate 20 years of existance with 4 confirmed tour dates. Check them out below the official tour flyer.
The release of Belphegor's new album and successor to Blood Magick Necromance might take more than originally planned. It was meant to be released this year and the band even pulled out of Barge To Hell to meet a March deadline but the yet untitled album is now scheduled for a worldwide release in early 2014 via Nuclear Blast Records.
Belphegor are currently at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (Goatwhore, Hate Eternal, Cannibal Corpse) completing recordings of the new yet-untitled album scheduled for a world-wide release in March next year via Nuclear Blast Records. Vocalist and guitarist Helmuth, is busy finishing all vocals, overdubs and lead guitar parts.
Austrian extreme metallers Belphegor have released the following update about the work on their new album: "On tuesday Serpenth (bass) and Marthyn (drums) will fly over to US shores to start the drum recordings on Wednesday. Erik Rutan (Mana studios/ Florida, St. Petersburg) will be at the helm as producer. The recording sessions and mix/ mastering process are set for completion by mid October."
Guitarist/vocalist Helmuth Lehner of extreme metallers Belphegor has revealed that the group is working on material.
The new as yet untitled album, tentatively slated for a late 2012 release, will be the follow up to January 2011's Blood Magick Necromance. From this coming Saturday until next Wednesday, Belphegor will start the first rehearsal session for album X, in Abtenau, Austria. The drum duties will again be handled by Marthyn, who did an outstanding job on Blood Magick Necromance.
Helmuth commented: "Amazing to have the opportunity to be creative again and compose a new album. I begun the compositions in November 2011, after I had to spend five weeks in the hospital and 6 weeks in rehabilitation center, because of my health issues. I survived this hard trial, which still seems unreal. I am not fully recovered, but feel way better now, I can say. Unfortunately we had to cancel all tours until June 2012, when we will get back on the road, and will start with some European open air rituals."
We have been informed that Belphegor have been forced to stop all activities until May 2012. Frontman/guitarist/founding member, Helmuth Lehner went through a serious and difficult operation 16 days ago after the South American tour, and as result of this Belphegor have indeed had to cancel all shows until May next year.
Belphegor have decided to give you a first glimpse of what's to come with Blood Magick Necromance on January 14th. You can now check out the track "Impaled Upon The Tongue Of Sathan" exclusively at MySpace.
More Blood Magick Necromance album details can be found here.
"Blood Magick Necromance", a brand new song from Austrian metallers Belphegor, is available for streaming at this location.
"Blood Magick Necromance" is the title track off the band's forthcoming album, Blood Magick Necromance, which was released on January 14th, 2011 in Europe (February 8th, 2011 in North America) via Nuclear Blast Records.
"Impaled Upon The Tongue Of Sathan", the new video from the Austrian metallers Belphegor, can be viewed at this location.
The clip was shot and edited this past October by director Alexander Koenig in Abtenau, Austria. Keeping with the concept of the forthcoming Blood Magick Necromance, album the crew went through over 60 liters of fresh blood within two nights of shooting. Smashing all oppressive morals with anti-Christian sentiment, the band presents a raw look at depraved blood rites which celebrate the liberation of man through death.
Bass devastator Serpenth stated: "The clip aims to strip down the viewer's psyche with an onslaught of sadistic sex, musick and magick. The ritual action caught on tape was also inspired in part by the world famous works of Viennese Actionists such as Hermann Nitsch and Gunter Brus. Rachael Kozak took over the role of the possessed Sukkubus. As Pro-Domina she was perfect and totally into the role. The blood cut deeper than any drug. The process of such an intense shoot served as a cathartic experience for all involved, making what went on behind the scenes just as important as the final outcome of the visuals."