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First new music from Goatwhore since 2017. Angels Hung From The Arches Of Heaven is 47 minutes of their trademark blend of death, black, thrash and sludge metal delivered with breathless intensity and an unrepentant bloodlust, making for one of the most thrilling records to come out of 2022. Featuring beasts such as the savage "Born Of Satan's Flesh" that thrashes along relentlessly and drips with evil, the old school crossover flavored "Death From Above" with it's guttural chorus, and the epic, chilling title track that is as haunting as it is heavy they cover a lot of sonic territory, everything having that signature Goatwhore feel while constantly doing something a little different.
First new music from Goatwhore since 2017. Angels Hung From The Arches Of Heaven is 47 minutes of their trademark blend of death, black, thrash and sludge metal delivered with breathless intensity and an unrepentant bloodlust, making for one of the most thrilling records to come out of 2022. Featuring beasts such as the savage "Born Of Satan's Flesh" that thrashes along relentlessly and drips with evil, the old school crossover flavored "Death From Above" with it's guttural chorus, and the epic, chilling title track that is as haunting as it is heavy they cover a lot of sonic territory, everything having that signature Goatwhore feel while constantly doing something a little different.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: Metal Blade
Rel. Date: 10/07/2022
UPC: 039841601466

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First new music from Goatwhore since 2017. Angels Hung From The Arches Of Heaven is 47 minutes of their trademark blend of death, black, thrash and sludge metal delivered with breathless intensity and an unrepentant bloodlust, making for one of the most thrilling records to come out of 2022. Featuring beasts such as the savage "Born Of Satan's Flesh" that thrashes along relentlessly and drips with evil, the old school crossover flavored "Death From Above" with it's guttural chorus, and the epic, chilling title track that is as haunting as it is heavy they cover a lot of sonic territory, everything having that signature Goatwhore feel while constantly doing something a little different.

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