CYCLOPEAN EYE PRODUCTIONS, INDIA TO RELEASE SRI LANKAN OCCULT DEATH METAL BAND “GENOCIDE SHRINES – DEVANATION MONUMENTEMPLES” EP

Indian Extreme Metal label ‘Cyclopean Eye Productions’ has announced that its first release ‘Genocide Shrines – ‘Devanation Monumentemples’ is scheduled for India release on July 7th, 2012.  Genocide Shrines is an 4 member Occult Death Metal band from Colombo, Sri Lanka featuring Tridenterrorcult (War Chants/Vocals), BlasphemousWarGoat (Deathhammers/Drums), NarkotikPerversor (Strings/Guitars) and Khaoshiva (Strings/Bass) who also play in well known Black Metal bands Funeral in Heaven and Manifestator.

The band cites its ideological influences as Tantra/Spiritual Warfare, Arrack, and devotion to the Lankan Demon King Raavan. Musically, Genocide Shrines brings to mind bands such as Incantation, Archgoat, Coffins and Teitanblood. The band has so far played a couple of shows in their native Colombo at the Defenders of Faith Fest and will soon be playing shows in India and Thailand (Siam True Metal Fest in Thailand in December) this year! Cyclopean Eye Productions will be handling both label and managerial duties of the band and any queries regarding CD purchase, band interviews, shows and contact should be routed through cyclopeaneye@thebasar.org

Track listing for GENOCIDE SHRINES – DEVANATION MONUMENTEMPLES

  1. Pillars I (Entrance)
  2. Devanation Monumentemples
  3. Apparitions of Spiritual Obliteration
  4. Pillar II (Submission)
  5. Shivatandaviolence (Cleansiege)
  6. Nectars of Tantric Murder
  7. Pillar III (Discipline)
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