Next up in THE DEVIL’S BLOOD‘s The Thousandfold Epicentre teaser series is “Everlasting Saturnalia,” track nine from the Dutch collective’s forthcoming new long player.
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The Thousandfold Epicentre continues to reap critical accolades from critics nationally and abroad for its hauntingly infectious odes of psychedelic unholiness. L.A. Weekly notes: “…THE DEVIL’S BLOOD bring to mind what Jefferson Airplane’s sound would have been if they abandoned their love of psychedelic drugs for good old-fashioned Satanism.” Adds Noisecreep: “On their sophomore album, Dutch act THE DEVIL’S BLOOD deliver NWOBHM-kissed riffs and melodic female vocals like it’s 1980 all over again,” Terrorizer calls The Thousandfold Epicentre “dynamic and luminous,” while Blistering boasts in an 8.5/10 rating: “THE DEVIL’S BLOOD are entity onto themselves, and could very well be considered metal’s most valid Satanic band.” Metal Assault crowns the effort “one of the most captivating releases of the year 2012. A superlative effort,” in a 9/10 review and Bloody Good Horror opines: “The Thousandfold Epicentre is capable of alluring visions, a veritable siren’s song of majesty and grace.”