NEKKROFUKK Release New Track, “Devil’s Blood Injekktion” Online!

Polish underground death-doom merchants NEKKROFUKK has released the new track for “Devil’s Blood Injekktion”. The track is taken from their upcoming fourth album. Mysterious Rituals in the Abyss of Sabbath & Eternal Celebration of the Blakk Goat. Let me tell you if you like it as heavy as fukk, then you’re going to love this band. Sample the new track below and get more info about the band and their album.

From The Press Release

Black-doom deviants Nekkrofukk premiere the new track “Devil’s Blood Injekktion” at Decibel magazine’s website. The track is the third to be revealed from the band’s highly anticipated fourth album, Mysterious Rituals in the Abyss of Sabbath & Eternal Celebration of the Blakk Goat, set for international release on March 30th via Putrid Cult. Hear Nekkrofukk‘s “Devil’s Blood Injekktion” in its entirety exclusively HERE.

One of the most iconic bands of the modern Polish metal underground, for nearly a decade now, Nekkrofukk have been pursuing an extremely dark ‘n’ deranged form of blackened doom that harkens back to black metal’s earliest and most unorthodox days. Nekkrofukk is the sole work of ultra-prolific maniac Lord K., renown for DeathEpochGoathrone, and Deathvasstator among many others. But ultimately, Nekkrofukk is his most personal vehicle of expression, and hereby has he spit disgust upon the cross over the course of four EPs, three full-lengths, and even a live album.

The triumph of death rises again in the form of Nekkrofukk‘s fourth full-length, Mysterious Rituals in the Abyss of Sabbath & Eternal Celebration of the Blakk Goat. Demanding much from the listener but caring not one bit for one’s comfort, the tongue-twisting Mysterious Rituals in the Abyss of Sabbath & Eternal Celebration of the Blakk Goat sees Lord K. taking Nekkrofukk in a direction that’s both catchier and more evilly experimental. Like Beherit and Barathrum drowning together in glue or Faustcoven covering Mortuary Drape and Mystifier simultaneously, matters move malevolently and s-l-o-w-l-y here, yet the wealth of textural twists applied puts Nekkrofukk in rarefied company. Of course, it’s massive and ugly – or, simply, MASSIVELY UGLY – and keeps its nose firmly within the closed borders of heavy metal, but that doesn’t mean Mysterious Rituals in the Abyss of Sabbath & Eternal Celebration of the Blakk Goat sacrifices any otherworldly experience. Indeed, to “experience” Nekkrofukk here is to submit to sin and the darkest of arts, to open one’s third eye and be blinded by boundless darkness absolute. Or, one could merely be CRUSHED underfoot by the album’s ominous plod & pound…it matters not to Lord K.

Nekkrofukk have stood as one of the pillars of Putrid Cult since the beginning, and the blood pact grows even thicker with the heightened expectations placed upon Mysterious Rituals in the Abyss of Sabbath & Eternal Celebration of the Blakk GoatIf you want blood, you got it!

Next blood can be drawn with the brand-new track “Devil’s Blood Injekktion” exclusively HERE, courtesy of Decibel, North America’s only monthly metal magazine. First blood can be drawn with the previously revealed “The Great Beast Speaks” and “Kkursed Gathering on Sabbath” HERE at Putrid Cult‘s Bandcamp, where the album can also be preordered.

Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Nekkrofukk’s Mysterious Rituals
in the Abyss of Sabbath & Eternal Celebration of the Blakk Goat

1. The Great Beast Speaks [1:44]
2. Summoning of Azrael [5:44]
3. Kkursed Gathering on Sabbath [7:10]
4. Devil’s Blood Injekktion [6:20]
5. Spiewajac Psalmy Smierci [6:01]
6. Vlci Zena [5:46]

MORE INFO:
www.nekkrofukk.bandcamp.com

www.putridcult.pl 
www.facebook.com/putridcult 

www.putridcultproductions.bandcamp.com

About Michael Juvinall (5576 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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