With just one week away from its North American release, Decibel Magazine is currently streaming “Die The Death” from The Thousandfold Epicentre, the forthcoming new full-length from occult rock conjurers, THE DEVIL’S BLOOD. “Die The Death” is the third track off a record Decibel calls “a rollicking adventure somewhere between early ’80s heavy metal and ’70s Canterbury scene.”
Noted founder/band leader SL of the offering: “The Thousandfold Epicentre has become a beautiful and horrible child, a child that is about to be offered up unto the Bull headed God. Within the flames of its creation we have heated our irons for the branding of the world. Within its words and music lies the entrance to the path towards the crossroads, towards the unending singularity and beyond. Our children for Moloch! Hail Satan!”
Witness “Die The Death” HERE.
The Thousandfold Epicentre is scheduled for North American release on January 17, 2012 via Metal Blade Records.
“…an 11-track opus of maximum cosmic significance.” — Decibel Magazine
“THE DEVIL’S BLOOD set the underground alight with an occult-rock conflagration that manages to invoke the misty gallop of Heart and Fleetwood Mac, the bizarre prophetism of Roky Erickson and the jangly doom boogie of Pentagram.” — Terrorizer Magazine
“On their sophomore album, Dutch act THE DEVIL’S BLOOD deliver NWOBHM-kissed riffs and melodic female vocals like its 1980 all over again.” – Noisecreep
“THE DEVIL’S BLOOD are entity onto themselves, and could very well be considered metal’s most valid Satanic band.” – Blistering
“The Thousandfold Epicentre is capable of alluring visions, a veritable siren’s song of majesty and grace.” — Bloody Good Horror
“Fronted by a sultry female vixen who spouts about riding on the wings of demons and ghastly horrors, the band is like some LSD-fueled trip through ’70s rock. It’s hard to resist, and packs almost 75 minutes of content into its frame.” — About.com