Black Metal Cult OKKULTOKRATI to Release New Album, ‘La Ilden Lyse’ in May!

New single "Kiss Of Death" now streaming

Norway’s black metal cult OKKULTOKRATI is set to release their upcoming new album, La Ilden Lyse on May 15th via Southern Lord Recordings. Before the album releases, the band has dropped the first new single, “Kiss Of Death”, which you can stream right here below.

From The Press Release

Stream OKKULTOKRATI’s “Kiss Of Death” HERE.

OKKULTOKRATI is keeping their fire alive with their new album La Ilden Lyse, which translates roughly to “Keep The Fire Burning,” now announced for release through Southern Lord Recordings in May. The lead single from the LP, “Kiss Of Death” is now streaming.

La Ilden Lyse is an album of pure, cold, grim, rawness. Themes of enduring life, transcending death, worshipping the moon, and triumphant, satanic darkness are all at play here, and the album sounds harder, faster, and nastier than ever.

The band offers, “OKKULTOKRATI has always been more than being a band, making music, touring and making music. “Striving to be something beyond the mundane and trivial. It’s an attitude. In defiance. To everyone and everything. To not chase after trends. To seek truth in music wherever it takes you. To be an outsider and an outlaw, even though it makes you a freak. La Ilden Lyse is music for the misguided, the conspiratorial, the unappreciated and unwanted. It’s black outlaw metal. It’s a beacon in the dark, for desperate times.”

No more messing around. Keep it black, keep it metal, all the time.

Find digital preorders where “Kiss Of Death” is playing HERE.

Southern Lord will issue La Ilden Lyse on May 15th. Watch for physical preorder options to post in the coming weeks.

La Ilden Lyse Track Listing:

  1. Thelemic Threat
  2. Grimoire Luciferian Dream
  3. Loathe Forever
  4. Freezing Vortex Death Dreamer
  5. Cold And Cruel
  6. Kiss Of Death
  7. Mother Superior
  8. Lunatics-Mondsüchtig
  9. The Dying Grass Moon

About Michael Juvinall (5158 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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