MAGISTER TEMPLI unheart “Master of the Temple” video and streaming


“Master of the Temple”
, the first song from Magister Templi‘s debut full length “Lucifer Leviathan Logos” is now available in streaming and as a promotional video!
The album will be released on May 7th, and pre-orders will be available very soon through our website… stay tuned for more details!

SACRED STEEL’s new track “Storm of Fire 1916” FREE DOWNLOAD!!

We are as excited as you fans are about the upcoming release of SACRED STEEL‘s “The Blooshed Summoning” on Cruz del Sur Music. The record will finally hit the streets on 15th February 2013, and to build up anticipation we have decided to render one song “Storm of Fire 1916” available for free download from our Bandcamp page!! Be annihlated by the furious thrashing power of one of the best Teutonic metal bands around these days!!

Remember that you can still pre-order your copy by clicking on the button hereinafter:


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NPR Radio loves PHARAOH: Top 10 Heavy Metal Releases of Year 2012

It is with a clear feeling of accomplishment that we are about to close off this hardworking year 2012 with a great new: PHARAOH’s “Bury the Light” album on Cruz del Sur Music has appeared in the 2012 Top Ten  Heavy Metal albums chart of NPR according to writer Lars Gotrich!! Check it out here.

This is what NPR had to say about Bury the Light:”Chris Black is one of metal’s most tireless musicians, typically working in the denim-shredded realm handed down by Iron Maiden and Jag Panzer. In 2012, the drummer and songwriter appeared on three albums that span the early spirit of metal: Superchrist‘s tallboy-downin’ Holy S—, Dawnbringer‘s heartfelt, but no less hair-raising concept album Into the Lair of the Sun God (Black’s baby, so to speak), and Pharaoh‘s Bury the Light. I loved all three for different reasons, but few records this year felt as epic as Bury the Light. Not “epic” in the way that metal journos typically overuse the word, but in the way that vocalist Tim Aymar might as well be wailing an epic poem handed down generations.” Read more “NPR Radio loves PHARAOH: Top 10 Heavy Metal Releases of Year 2012”