HOD: Texas Blackened Death Horde Unleash New Ode Of Iniquity Via Skulls ‘N’ Bones

With the official detonation of HOD‘s long-anticipated Book Of the Worm full-length now less than one week away, today the crypt keepers at Skulls ‘N’ Bones vomit forth “Den Of Wolves” from the San Antonia blackened death deviants.

Elaborates the band, “When you have nowhere left to run, you know you’re in the den of wolves. Claws slash your skin, teeth rip your limbs, and the wolves feast on your guts! The wolves hunt without mercy. Violence is the menu, and death is the dessert!”

Adds Skulls ‘N’ Bones, “These blackened death metallers from Texas are quoted as saying that they are creating, ‘what the world needs and fears the most; REAL FUCKING METAL! and this album absolutely proves that. These eight songs are a no-nonsense and violent attack on all of your senses, that leave you breathless by the end… This is straight forward metal at its finest, and one that should bring this band the respect that they truly deserve.”

Let the wolves feast at THIS LOCATION.

And if you missed it, celebrate true malevolence with “Where Are The Demons” still streaming at Revolver at THIS LOCATION and well as “Through the Gates (They Come For Me)” currently playing at Decibel at THIS LOCATION.

Produced by Dennis Munoz (Solstice), Book Of The Worm features the recording lineup of guitarist Necron, vocalist Vladibeer Reebs, bassist T.A. and former drummer Dennis Sanders and boasts eight infernal odes of filth, decadence and global suffering with artwork by the masterful Jon Zig (Averse Sefira, Deeds of Flesh, Pyrexia).

HOD

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