NECROPHILIAC 1st single, cover art and tracklist revealed

It’s been 28 years of waiting, but finally, the most legendary Spanish Death Metal band, NECROPHILIAC, are revealing details of what will be their second album that will be titled “No Living Man is Innocent” and will be released in March 12th, 2020 through Xtreem Music on CD and 12″LP formats.

NECROPHILIAC emerged in 1988 and recorded 5 demos before releasing their classic debut album “Chaopula – Citadel of Mirrors” in 1992, becoming one of the milestones of the genre within the Spanish Death Metal scene. The band dissolved a year later, and returned in 2016 coinciding with the re-issue, through Xtreem Music, of their album in a 2-CD set with all their demos, under the title of “Maze of Forking Paths“.

    The current lineup of NECROPHILIAC, has four of the original members: Bongo (vocals), Ery (guitar), Miguel (guitar) and Sweick (drums), plus the newly incorporated bassist Ramón. “No Living Man is Innocent” was recorded by Jesús “Punti” Montilla at Wandering Studios and was mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound Studios. The cover art is an exclusive conceptual masterpiece created by the artist Artem Grigoryev (www.facebook.com/grigoryev.art).

Tracklist for “No Living Man is Innocent” is as follows:

01. Piper Leading Innocents
02. Hunting Humans
03. Magma of Flesh (Beasts of the Earth)
04. When Mother Ate Son
05. Horseaters
06. Inhabitants of the Red Forest
07. Kill All, Burn All, Loot All
08. GodBundy
09. No Living Man is Innocent

Release date for “No Living Man is Innocent” will be March 12th, 2020 through Xtreem Music on CD & 12″LP formats. You can visit NECROPHILIAC‘s official site here: www.facebook.com/necrophiliacdeathmetal and listen to the 1st advance single on the following links:
https://youtu.be/PjZP9iMI0HA
http://soundcloud.com/xtreemmusic

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