For your streaming pleasure this Wednesday we have a new song from the Finnish black metal band Sacrilegious Impalement. It's a smoker in 1349 fashion. Stream "Down For Grim Lord" below and get in touch with the band here. Lux Infera is available from Woodcut Records.
More on the band, in their own words:
Formed: 2005 AMSG, in Lahti, FINLAND by Impaler Von Bastard.
First exhale was done in 2006 when Total Annihilation demo was released. Soon after that demo quickly sold out the band recorded their storming self-titled mini-album in 2007. 2008 saw the release of the misanthropic 7" EP World in Ashes. In 2009, the band released their first full-length album Cultus Nex, which gained a lot of attention among the people over the world following underground black metal. In 2011, the band released the follow-up album, II - Exalted Spectres, which was once again a great proof of their increasingly stronger path.
In 2013, it will be time for the pearly gates to be punished again by an unholy pact with Woodcut Records, and yet another stab in the eyes of the holy, the third full-length Sacrilegious Impalement album, III - Lux Infera (which stands for "The Light of Those Down Below, the Dead"). Like a fist from Hell up the arse of the "king" up high, 9 songs from beyond the dormant realms to scar angels in their graves.
In spite of several changes in lineup within these years, Sacrilegious Impalement have grown stronger every year and through every release. The band's rows contains or has seen members from Evil Angel, Exordium, Neutron Hammer, The Crescent, Urn, and Vitsaus among others, but the core of Sacrilegious Impalement is Von Bastard (guitars, main songwriting), Tooloud (bass), Revenant (drums) and the new vocalist/lyricist Wrathprayer. Known for their intense and fierce live rituals, Sacrilegious Impalement have played live in several notable shows, like in 2010 replacing Marduk as the headlining act at Firebox Metal Fest III, Armageddon fest (Lawless Darkness record release show) in London with Watain, Von, Nifelheim, Repugnant, etc., a tour with Finnish legends Black Crucifixion, and more many more to come.