NewsDecember 3, 2022 2:36 PM ET1,159 views

God Dethroned release first single under Atomic Fire Records

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Official press release:

Right in time for the 30th anniversary of their debut album, The Christhunt, Dutch blackened death metal institution God Dethroned recently announced a new chapter of their career. After having emerged in the extreme metal scene of the early '90s and soon gaining international followership thanks to twelve albums that became genre milestones, God Dethroned has always remained loyal to their roots while still reinventing themselves and their new single, "Asmodevs," proves just that. The surprisingly catchy song is accompanied by a music video which was filmed and directed by the band's own Dave Meester (guitars).

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Frontman Henri Sattler commented:

Asmodevs' is one of the oldest demons known to mankind. He appears in ancient scriptures as the prince of demons and hell. The song itself is very much composed as a single. Short but sweet, with all the typical GOD DETHRONED ingredients. Epic tunes combined with sheer brutality.

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God Dethroned is currently on tour.

South American Dates:
12/09 Eindhoven, NL @ Eindhoven Metal Meeting
12/10 Bogotá, CO @ Ace Of Spades Club
12/11 Medellín, CO @ Barnaby Jones
12/13 Morelos, MX @ The Pit
12/14 Querétaro, MX @ Elite
12/15 Mexico City, MX @ HDX Circus Bar
12/16 Coquimbo, CL @ Local Boomer
12/17 Santiago, CL @ Santiago Metal Festival
12/18 Temuco, CL @ Casa Vieja

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European Dates:
01/21 Mannheim, DE @ 7er Club
02/04 Wilrijk/Antwerp, BE @ JC Vizit
04/22 Vechta, DE @ Assault Of The Undead
09/23 Heinrichsthal/Aschaffenburg, DE @ Dark Woods

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