Arizmenda Song, Album Details
2014-03-26 by zaruyache | 15 Comments

Details pertaining to the upcoming full-length record by Californian black metal band
Arizmenda have recently been released by Crepusculo Negro Records.

According to the label's bandcamp page, the group's third full-length record is to be titled
"Stillbirth in the Temple of Venus" and will most likely be released this summer.

A new track from the record, titled "Scabbed Knees, Rope and Vaseline," as well as the
artwork for the upcoming release can both be previewed on Crepusculo Negro's bandcamp page.

http://www.crepusculonegro.bandcamp.com/track/scabbed-knees-rope-and-vaseline

http://www.crepusculonegro.blogspot.com/

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Band Page: Arizmenda

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Balerion
March 26th 2014

528 Comments


fuck yes.

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PunchforPunch
March 26th 2014

6230 Comments


Sweet artwork

PortalofPerfection
March 26th 2014

408 Comments


Pretty good

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MoosechriS
March 26th 2014

4961 Comments


The new song plus the song off tliltic make me think this shall rule. But then again everything these guys have released has been amazing.

TheSpirit
March 26th 2014

17735 Comments


I love the production in this. Overall this isn't as dark as their earlier stuff but still just as good

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zaruyache
March 26th 2014

6280 Comments


I missed the barrage of blasts their music usually has, but the production and atmosphere were great. Really looking forward to it. Those lyrics remind me of Cannibal Corpse, though :3

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Crysis
Staff Reviewer
March 26th 2014

16315 Comments


let's all take a moment to appreciate the lyrics, with such prose as:

"Broken Glass
Cum Filled Ass
Sniff Your Skin
Drink From Your Sin"

or

"Poison The Mind And Poison The Cunt
Body
Mind And Soul
Mine With Rope
Make Me Laugh
Scabbed Knees, Rope And Vaseline
Cocaine Amber Dreams"

zaruyache
March 26th 2014

6280 Comments


Dat album artwork, too.

TheSpirit
March 26th 2014

17735 Comments


Were their lyrics always like this...? I feel like they weren't . I wonder what these guys have been listening to in their time off...

zaruyache
March 26th 2014

6280 Comments


According to Metallum the lyrics for their first album were more along the lines of DSBM, and probably
were similar for their second, maybe with some more obvious Satanism.

I wonder what these guys have been listening to in their time off...

Duh Cannibal Corpse c'mon.

Feels
March 27th 2014

267 Comments


should be interesting

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
March 27th 2014

18334 Comments


sweet

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
March 27th 2014

18334 Comments


wow this song kicks ass

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
March 27th 2014

16315 Comments


yeah all things considered this murks hard

Relinquished
March 27th 2014

24929 Comments


love the lyrics



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