01:42 - Apothecary By the way, you really might wanna check out Metatron's essays explaining his lyrical inspiration. He's unfortunately only done them for TMOJTJ and Sonderkommando, but still, highly enlightening
01:40 - !J.O.O.E.! I highly recommend this record too: [link] joint fave along with the Jesus murdering one.
01:40 - Apothecary We're always looking for new recruits :D
01:38 - moonflash It's too divine dude. I can see the obsession coming, got a free spot in the fanboy club? :P
01:37 - Apothecary Indeed an awesome band and there's really no bad release by them, each is superb in its own distinct way. TMOJTJ is often hailed as their best, and with good reason, Damascus Steel is my personal favorite though
01:36 - Apothecary Oh boy moon, you're gonna wake up my inner Meads fanboy :3
01:35 - moonflash Listening to this album by Meads for the first time and it feels like I've just discovered music. Holy shit. [link]
With the release of the new album Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls set for next Tuesday, October 29th, in Europe and November 12th in North America via Agonia Records, Glorior Belli are currently streaming the full new album online. So, if you still haven't listened to it, waste no more time and click play on the Soundcloud widget below. Enjoy!
After displaying the new song "I Asked For Wine, He Gave Me Blood", black metal horde Glorior Belli has shared another song off their new opus Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls which is called "Blackpowder Roars". The group also took the opportunity to premiere a lyric video for the song and you can watch it right here. Dig in.
"I Asked For Wine, He Gave Me Blood" is the name of the new song black metallers Glorior Belli have released as a foretaste of their new album Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls, their fifth so far. If you are curious about the new sounds, the track has been uploaded to the Soundcloud page of the band and you can blast it below where you also find the new album cover art and tracklist.
Black metal knights Glorior Belli are the latest band to join Agonia Records' roster. Why is that important, you ask? Mostly because the group is preparing the successor to The Great Southern Darkness which is planned to drop in the fall of 2013. Be prepared.
US avantgarde black metallers Nachtmystium are not only working on their next full-length album, but also on a vinyl split together with French black metallers Glorior Belli. The split is due out later this year through Chicago-based label Diabolus Templum Sanus.
Glorior Belli have inked a worldwide deal with Metal Blade Records in anticipation of their upcoming album The Great Southern Darkness, due to be released in the fall of this year.
The band commented: "We are extremely pleased to have the opportunity to work with the folks of Metal Blade Records, who put out some of the best Metal in the past decades, and it's only fair given the efforts and determination of Glorior Belli into making genuine music that stands the test of time."
Glorior Belli has issued the following short update:
"Glorior Belli welcome new drummer "G" (Gionata "Thorns" Potenti). And G. (Handful Of Hate, Frostmoon Eclipse, Deathrow , Macabre, Omen) has just laid down the drum tracks for the new record The Full Intrepid Experience of Light - to be released later this year."
French metallers Glorior Belli have issued the following update on their MySpace blog:
"Summer time is now over and after a short trial of faith, Glorior Belli again shall rise!
As always there is a change in the line-up, only this time we proudly welcome two very promising American fellows, also involved in a deadly well-known project called Unearthly Trance.
Our comrades from New York respectively named Jay and Darren will take care of the rythm section (understand bass and drums) full time. Chris (aka Alastor) and Julien (aka Infestvvs) will still handle the guitar/vocals duties like they used to. We all decided to let go of our nicknames for obvious reasons.
Therefore, Glorior Belli should probably be able to give a few live shows in a while, assuming "you" understand the logistic it now requires. Thunderdome Touring (Dan) remains our booking agency in North-America. In any case interested people should get in touch as always through our regular email: gloriorbelli hotmail com.