VENOM: New Live Photos Posted Online

British black metal pioneers VENOM performed at the Mean Fiddler in London on March 25, 2006. Check out pictures from Wire Image.

As previously reported, VENOM's entire new album, "Metal Black", is available for streaming at MP3.com. Due in North America on April 4 via Sanctuary Records, the CD was mixed at the Townhouse Studios in London and contains 14 new songs, including "Antechrist", the demo for which can be heard at this location.

VENOM recently recorded a session for the BBC at London's Maida Vale studios. This is the second recording by VENOM since 1985, when they recorded four tracks for Tommy Vance's "Friday Rock Show".

VENOM recorded the following songs during the latest session:

01. Welcome To Hell
02. Metal Black
03. Antechrist
04. Witching Hour

VENOM have lined up a number of European dates during the coming months.

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