PURIFIED IN BLOOD Announce New Album To Come With Their New Single & Video KRATER


Norwegian underground legends Purified in Blood dropped some long-awaited new music back in April with their gut wrenching and explosive track Myrå.

June 8th they released yet another earth-shattering colossus; Krater which demolish the listener into a thousand pieces, with a brute and invigorating force that keep you longing for more.

As of late the band has been working hard on a long-awaited full-length album that will be unleashed onto the masses sometime in the near and disturbing future.

Purified in Blood’s aggressive and unique take on metal has ripped through the scene since 2003, influencing several of contemporary metal and punk acts.

Their raw and uncompromising sound, blending furious guitar riffs with driving rhythms and powerful and menacing vocals, paired with their assailing and dominant live shows, put them in class of their own. The result is fierce extreme metal, mixing the best of thrash, hard metal and death metal into their own unique sound.

 The band was instantly renowned for their brutal live performances, which in course would send them on extensive tours worldwide with gigs in cities like Seattle and New Delhi and have had them play the same events as icons in Slayer, Mastodon, Gojira, Madball og Meshuggah.

FFO: Obliteration, Venom Prison, Cannibal Corpse, Decapitate

Hallgeir S. Enoksen – Vocals
Sander Loen – Lead Guitar
Tommy Svela – Guitar
Stig S. Andersen – Bass
Anders Mosness – Drums


2004: Last Leaves of a Poisoned Tree –  EP
2006: Reaper of Souls – Album
2010: Under Black Skies – Album
2012: Flight Of A Dying Sun – Album

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