BLOOD RED THRONE: Cover Of M.O.D. Classic Posted Online

Norwegian death metallers BLOOD RED THRONE, the brainchild of ex-EMPEROR bassist Tchort, have uploaded their cover of the M.O.D. classic "Hate Tank" at this location.

As previously reported, BLOOD RED THRONE will release their new album, "Altered Genesis", on February 21 via Earache Records.

According to a posting on the Earache web site, "Mephitication" "displays all the rawness of the band and their undoubted reverence for the old school death metal feels of the early '90s — topped with some of the sickest vokills the band have laid to tape!"

"Altered Genesis" was recorded at DUB studio in Norway and was engineered by Endre Kirkesola. Mixing duties were handled by Valle Adzic at Studio Mega in Sweden. An MP3 of the album track "Mephitication" can be downloaded at this location.


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