Skeletal Spectre new track

2013-02-03 by ovrot rocks he's the man | 5 Comments
Tomb lords Skeletal Spectre have debuted a new song titled "Bone Dust" from their upcoming album, "Voodoo Dawn", on their facebook page. The album is due out later this year from Pulverized Records.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6gCMXsHInU

http://www.facebook.com/skeletalspectre

Album Art has also been released:

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=501839673170802&set=a.1677477099133 35.33841.167747449913361&type=1&theater

Tagged: Skeletal Spectre

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Cappa
February 3rd 2013
132 Comments


This is the best fucking female-fronted death doom metal band in Sweden.

Ovrot
February 4th 2013
11626 Comments


agreed

ShadowRemains
February 4th 2013
23056 Comments


good band

Ovrot
February 4th 2013
11626 Comments


WITH A TOMAHAWK IN MY HAND

BallsToTheWall
February 5th 2013
45896 Comments


Decent band will hear this tommorow.

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