German death metal band Morgoth have announced their first album in over 19 years will be coming this year!
The album, titled Ungod, is due for release on April 7th via Century Media Records and will be their first full album since 1996’s Feel Sorry For The Fanatic.
Last year they unveiled the track God Is Evil but shortly after they parted ways with frontman Marc Grewe. The band then recruited Disbelief vocalist Karsten Jager who will be on vocal duties on Ungod.
The band say in a statement: “We started the songwriting in January 2013 and finished the recording process by the end of December 2014. It was an awesome experience to go through the sometimes very complex and challenging process of writing and recording an album again.
“Our goal was to present some real Morgoth-style death metal which closes the gap between Cursed and Odium. We hope we have achieved this goal and our supporters and friends will like the final outcome.”
The band have released a track from the album called Black Enemy to give fans a sample of what is to come.
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