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ARCHGOAT premiere “All Christianity Ends”

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Five months after the release of their highly acclaimed fifth long player, the Finnish Black Metal band returns with four bludgeoning and uncompromising tracks. Today, Debemur Morti Productions proudly present the full stream of “All Christianity Ends” in cooperation with Black Metal Promotion.

Listen to the mini album here!

ARCHGOAT‘s latest work of Art is not only a fierce culmination of all their influences and artistic foundations, but its sound is also a natural continuation of their deadly first EP “Angelcunt“. The band delivers steadfast evidence that Black Metal has changed, but ARCHGOAT did not.

Words of praise for “All Christianity Ends“:

All Christianity Ends” shows (as if we all needed reminding) that ARCHGOAT are, and have always been, an unstoppable juggernaut of sacrilegious savagery. Unmatched and inimitable.” (Black Metal Daily)

In a few years, the band will celebrate 35 years of existence. But they have not been mellowed by age a bit. ARCHGOAT sound uncompromisingly raw, edgy, and forceful!” (Legacy Mag)

The mini album will be released on CD, vinyl (including an exclusive DMP edition) and digitally, accompanied by high-quality merchandise, on April 22nd. Pre-orders are possible via the label’s EUUS and Bandcamp shops.

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ARCHGOAT crawled from the deepest pits of hell to form in 1989, a demonic trio consisting of the brothers Ritual Butcherer and Lord Angelslayer on guitars and vocals/bass respectively, as well as Blood Desecrator on drums. After a pair of demo tapes, ARCHGOAT shook the Black Metal world in 1993 with the release of their debut EP “Angelcunt (Tales of Desecration)“, showcasing a relentless and bestial blend of Black and Death Metal. With a growing dissolution with the Black Metal scene at large, and a disagreement with their then record label Necropolis Records over the terms of their debut record, ARCHGOAT vanished from scene in late 1993.

In 2004 the gates reopened anew. ARCHGOAT returned to finally release their long-lost material the following year, and then their first official full-length, “Whore of Bethlehem“, in 2006. Since then they have released two more albums, “The Light-Devouring Darkness” in 2009 and “The Apocalyptic Triumphator” in 2015 under Debemur Morti Productions, as well as a series of splits, EPs, and compilations. Between releases they have carved out a reputation for their malevolent live rituals, storming the shores of Europe, the United States, and Mexico alongside bands such as BEHEXENBLACK WITCHERY, and HELL MILITIA.

2018 saw ARCHGOAT unleash their satanic opus “The Luciferian Crown“, their second full length under Debemur Morti. An ungodly black sacrament of a kind that only ARCHGOAT can craft, “The Luciferian Crown” is a testament to what Black Metal should be, bestial, unrelenting, and unholy. Black Metal changed, ARCHGOAT did not, and it is their capable hands that shall carry the black flame forward for years to come.

In 2020, the live album “Black Mass XXX” adequately captured the angelslaying chaos present during their gig in Paris in September 2019. The recorded concert was part of ARCHGOAT‘s 30-year anniversary gig series and a worthy addition to their discography. With “Worship The Eternal Darkness” (out November 2021), the Finnish Black Metal band will cement their well-earned reputation for being one of the most consistent bands the scene has ever seen. ARCHGOAT‘s fifth album is, once again, a unique synthesis of occult Finnish Black/Death Metal, harsh Punk, primal Thrash and Grindcore.

In April 2022, a companion piece to the latest album and a natural successor to the band’s first EP, “Angelcunt“, will be unleashed. The mini album “All Christianity Ends” channels the rawness and devastation of the early ARCHGOAT days in four gruesome new compositions.

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