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Sicarius - Serenade Of Slitting Throats

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  1. California-based black metal act SICARIUS have released an all new lyric video for their track, “A Practiced Hand.” The song is first on the band’s forthcoming sophomoric album, God Of Dead psychedelic.gukusgardamuroariufym.infoinfo new album was produced by Mick Kenney, who also produced the band’s debut effort, Serenade of Slitting Throats.
  2. Even their name screams danger as Sicarius means contract killer or assassin in Latin. Featuring guest vocal appearances from Dave Barrett (Voices of Ruin) and Andrew Knudsen (Empyrean Throne), Serenade of Slitting Throats is Sicarius’ debut full-length and .
  3. Oct 11,  · Feast your eyes upon Sicarius’ black metal bloodbath in new song “Ferox Impetum.” Read More Streaming, Track Premiere, Videos black metal, M-Theory Audio, premiere, Serenade of Slitting Throats, Sicarius, video.
  4. Apologies for the lack of updates, however we at SICARIUS are proud to announce that our debut full length entitled "Serenade Of Slitting Throats" will be releasing on October 13th, through M-Theory Audio. Our first single, the powerful title track for the album, was launched as a lyric video this past week.
  5. Yeah well put, raw's the perfect word for it. I get the feeling he's just pushing a little too hard on the voc box. I anticipate there's a lot hardcore and metalcore influence in those lyrics.
  6. Sicarius Finishes New Album, “God o Dead Roots” Hailed by Metal Hammer as “USBM with serious forward thrust,” the nihilistic assassin dagger cult Sicarius have finished recording their new album, “God Of Dead Roots,” the follow-up to their acclaimed full-length debut “Serenade of Slitting Throats.”.
  7. May 31,  · Ugh Metal first impressions alumni and SoCal black metal band Sicarius performs "Serenade of the Slitting Throats" off of their Serenade of the Slitting Throats .
  8. Sicarius premiered the title track from the upcoming new album "Serenade of Slitting Throats" over at Invisible Oranges at this location or by simply pressing play in the player at the bottom. In addition, the band unveiled the artwork for the album (shown below).

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