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MEDIEVAL DEMON - To Release Third Album In February, Available For Streaming In Full

Greek cult black metal band Medieval Demon will release on 12th February via Hells Headbangers the highly anticipated third album, Arcadian Witchcraft, on CD format. The vinyl LP version will be released on 12th March. Medieval Demon rose from the crypt of time eternal to release their comeback album, Medieval Necromancy, by longtime fans Hells Headbangers in 2018 and the alliance was fortuitous...

Medieval Demon was formed in Greece in 1993 by brothers Lord Apollyon and Sirokous. Necrochrist and Muerte joined the band and entered the glorious Storm Studio to record their first demo tape, Night Of The Infernal Lords. After releasing some more demos, they recorded their debut album, Demonolatria, in 1995 and released it on Unisound in 1998. Following that lost classic, Medieval Demon ceased activity, but in 2018 did they rise from the time and dust of the mystical '90s to unleash spells, prayers, and glorify the gods of the underworld and mighty Lucifer, the ruler of the Earth. Medieval Necromancy was the full-length spell they conjured, and truly did it sound like those '90s never ended. Nor will they ever end with the imminent release of Arcadian Witchcraft.

Medieval Demon's third album is a wellspring of noble '90s spirits, not just in their native Hellenic scene but further afield: from old Samael to equally old Master's Hammer, from Necromantia's pioneering early work to the cult Italian prog band Jacula from the early '70s, most especially with their haunting church organ. Creepier and more glorious, more proudly heavy metal whilst taking the listener deeper into the black, Arcadian Witchcraft is an impossibly essential album from an old band who sound more vital than ever. The entire new album, Arcadian Witchcraft, is already available for streaming in full, and of course that you can hear it in the player below. Link