This is Taanak from Swiss Unblack/Death band DEMONICIDUTH. We’re back with a new CD-EP after 9 long years out of the scene! Let me give you a brief description of the new CD, entitled THE VALLEY OF DECISION:

  • There are 4 songs, 3 new songs + a cover of Mortification
  • We can definitely label the music Unblack/Death with Thrash elements
  • The new lyrics focus on the importance of Israel in biblical prophecy, the Middle East conflict at the light of The Scriptures and The Return of Christ
  • Production is top quality: layout/design/duplication by professionals, six pages full-colour booklet
If you want to know more, feel free to check us out at:

We will soon have an official website.


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