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Altar of Plagues Premiere New Track And Video.

Posted March 19, 2013, 9:39 a.m. in Videos by Cheryl
Altar of Plagues Premiere New Track And Video.

Ireland's Altar of Plagues have long been at the forefront of experimental black metal, and with 2011s Mammal and the upcoming Teethed Glory and Injury they are set to push even further into the realms of desolation. 


To whet your appetite for what is surely one of the most anticipated records of the year, the band have posted an extraordinary video for the track "God Alone" in conjuction with Pitchfork TV, directed by James Kelly (of Altar of Plagues) and Patrick O'Mahony.


Teethed Glory and Injury is to be released via Candlelight Records (UK/Europe) on April 29th and Profound Lore Records will handle the Canadian/US release .

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