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WHOREDOM RIFE - Second Full-Length Out In Late November, Track Available For Streaming

Norwegian black metallers Whoredom Rife will release their second full-length entitled NID - Hymner Av Hat on 30th November through Terratur Possessions. The band now revealed the track named "Hyllest" and you can hear it in the player below.
Whoredom Rife was forged in silence during 2013 and 2014 in the outskirts of Nidaros, Norway. The band was founded by V. Einride and K.R in 2014, based on new ideas and ideas dating back as far as the early nineties. The idea behind the band is to breathe new life into the art form and lifestyle that they know as true Norwegian black metal, no compromises.
Since their debut EP released at the end of 2016 by the Norwegian label Terratur Possessions, the band has been touring the world as a full band, adding to the fold Wraath (One Tail, Behexen), Bruthor (Perished) and Nosophoros (Mare, Ritual Death).
Quickly after the critically acclaimed debut EP a full-length was released, namely Dommedagskvad. Getting raging reviews from all over, the band kept touring and doing shows up until this day, and with a third release already ready, NID - Hymner Av Hat, there’s no holding back. The record is filled to the brim with sulphurous, epic black metal as come to be expected from Whoredom Rife by this point, yet a more sinister approach than on previous works.
For the third time in a row the band has worked closely with Jose Gabriel Alegría Sabogal and Kontamination Design with the artwork, this time loosely based on local history from their hometown Trondheim, Nidaros, and surrounding areas. Link