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News : Nocturnal Graves start work on new album, lineup change

By on December 13, 2012

In just under two weeks, Melbourne’s Nocturnal Graves will be heading to I-HQ Recordings to start work on their new album, the title of which is to be announced shortly. It’ll be their second full length release, seeing as they disbanded a few years after Satan’s Cross, and reunited a few months back.

The 35-minute album will be released through Hells Headbangers, with ex-Destroyer 666 guitarist Shrapnel and Denouncement Pyre drummer L. Wilson joining the lineup.

The band will also be heading over to Europe in May 2013 a performance at Germany’s Deathkult Open Air, plus shows on France, Belgium, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden and the UK. More details to come.

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