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Flagg recently shared title track from debut album.

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Flagg recently shared title track from debut album.

New Finnish Black Metal band Flagg ‘s debut album, “Nothing but Death”, is set for release in June 2020 via Purity Through Fire.

Flagg comments regarding the released song:

“This was the last song I made for the album and it turned out to be the title track. I wanted the song to be aggressive and have some sinister feel to it.”

Flagg
Nothing but Death
(Purity Through Fire)

I – Destroy, Desecrate
II – Nothing but Death
III – Dark Clouds Gathering
IV – Burning Sky
V – Abomination
VI – Apex Predator
VII – Sixth Sun Salvation
VIII – Last Breath Drawn
IX – Towards Emptiness

 

Flagg is a new black metal band originated from Turku, Finland. The band is a solo project by Flagg and counts with Tyrant (from Malum) vocals.

The project started in 2018 and the recordings of “Nothing but Death” were made in 2019. Flagg was booked by Purity Through Fire in 2020 and the album is now set for release in June 2020. Pre-sales will soon be available at the labels’s webpage. 

 

About Flagg:

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Photo by Serena Solomon

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