NECRODEATH: 'Draculea' Track Listing Revealed

Long-running Italian black-thrash metal heroes NECRODEATH will release their new album, "Draculea", in October via Scarlet Records. Artwork duties will be handled by renowed artist/director Chad Michael Ward (who previously worked with MARILYN MANSON, FEAR FACTORY, BILLY IDOL, ALLHELLUJA among others). The final track listing is as follows:

01. V.T.1431
02. Smell Of Blood
03. Party In Tirgoviste
04. Draculea
05. Fragments Of Insanity
06. Countess Bathory
07. The Golden Cup
08. Impaler Prince
09. V.T.1476

NECRODEATH drummer Peso previously stated: "Immediately after the recording sessions for '100% Hell' [2006] I began composing some new material, but it was in November 2006 that I realized that NECRODEATH had to come back with a new record, some new material capable to improve our sound without losing our typical trademark. That's why I had the idea to write a concept based on Vlad Tepes' life, finding the inspiration on some books I've been reading recently. Every song will have its particular meaning and there will be a wide range of influences upon this new record. Pier from LABYRINTH will be handling the guitar duties, with us being still in search for a permanent guitar player, and, of course, this means that the whole record will be influenced by Pier's extraordinary style, with lots of great solos, for the first time in the band's career. Flegias and John are also putting a lot of efforts in this record, you can be sure that everybody will notice that."

NECRODEATH's sixth studio album, "100% Hate" was recorded at Outer Sound studios in Rome and features a guest appearance by VENOM frontman Conrad" Cronos" Lant. The CD was described in a press release as "the most diverse NECRODEATH album to date, containing 10 furious tracks spanning from the fast thrashing assault of the mid-eighties to the groove-oriented sonic holocaust displayed with the latest efforts."


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