Vltimas air new material (UPD)

2019-01-09 by Voivod STAFF | 2 Comments
Vltimas, the extreme metal outfit featuring David Vincent (ex-Morbid Angel), Rune Eriksen (ex-Mayhem) and Flo Mournier (Cryptopsy), have aired two songs at the official YouTube channel of Season of Mist.

Both songs have been curated from the band's upcoming debut album Something Wicked Marches In, due out on March 29.


You can stream "Praevalidus" right below:




You can stream "Total Destroy!" right below:




UPDATE:
A new lyric video for "Diabolus Est Sanguis" can be streamed below:




UPDATE:
A new track, titled "Monolith", is streaming below:


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momentsofclarity
January 9th 2019
498 Comments


i just put both of these on at the same time and it's honestly pretty fun

DungeonBoy
March 13th 2019
6269 Comments


what a lineup, Praevalidus is a killer track m/ not sure about some of Vincent's vox (there's a goofy little bridge) but overall this is way better than I thought it would be

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