BLISS OF FLESH: Three New Songs Available For Streaming

French black/death metallers BLISS OF FLESH released their new album, "Emaciated Deity", on February 20 via Twilight-Vertrieb. According to a press release, the CD is a must-have "for all fans of BELPHEGOR, BEHEMOTH, MERRIMACK and ARKHON INFAUSTUS!"

"Emaciated Deity" track listing:

01. Book Of Enoch: Imprecation
02. Perversion / Domination
03. Cursed Bodies
04. Apokalyptic Fields
05. Annonciation Of Carnality
06. D. I. E-Dogma Ignominia Est
07. Entangled In Flesh
08. Emaciated Deity
09. Maccabees

Three songs from the album are available for streaming at this location.

BLISS OF FLESH is:

Necurat (LATRODECTUS, FIST 69) - Vocals
FleshStigma (LABDACIDES, FIST 69) - Drums
J. Poison (DEVIANT SURGEONS, VINGDAR) - Bass
Sikkardinal (LABDACIDES, DEVIANT SURGEONS AS WILL) - Guitar

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/blissofflesh.

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