For those who stayed satanic! Formed in 1989, Swedish luciferian death metal overlords NECROPHOBIC belong to the first wave of Swedish death metal bands. Ever since the release of their classic debut album “The Nocturnal Silence” (1993) the band has released a total of eight studio albums, among them timeless masterpieces as “Darkside” (1997), “Bloodhymns” (2002) or the brilliant 2009 album “Death To All”.
The new album ‘Mark of the Necrogram’ is out now on Century Media Records!
The Necrogram has awakened! Dormant for nearly four years, the sigil—crafted by Swedish death metal legends Necrophobic long ago in a crucible of fire and ice—will spread hate, plague, and disease once more. A five-pointed star carven inverse, bordered by an upside-down pentagon, ensorcelled with a circle is the Necrogram, and its mark is all powerful and immutable. That Necrophobic titled their eighth studio album, Mark of the Necrogram, is significant in two ways: on one left hand, it represents the rejuvenation of Necrophobic; and on the other left hand, the hellish brand reappears after 16 years as a centerpiece to the Kristian Wåhlin cover art. Mark of the Necrogram isn’t just another Necrophobic studio album. It’s impending doom, the war to end all wars, the final fight against the light of this world.