The Colombian-based symphonic black metalers NEPHESH are proud to announce that they have just signed a deal with American record label NOKTERNAL HEMIZPHEAR (www.nhmetal.com). Nephesh concocts a passionate metal fury encased within symphonic tragedies of epic proportions. “Hated by this World” is the hard-driving, soul-lacerating follow-up EP to their smashing debut full-length “Inter Armas Silent Leges” that was released on Nokternal Hemizphear in 2009. Released in two versions, the first release of the “Hated by this World” EP was unleashed at Nordic Fest in Oslo, Norway when the band played abroad on a mini world tour in late 2010. In early 2011, the USA version of the EP will be created with the orchestral version of “Lost Race” as the exclusive bonus track and altered artwork within the packaging.

In the meantime, chomp on the track “Lost Race” available for streaming at the official Nephesh and Nokternal Hemizphear MySpace pages…
The track listing is as follows:

1. The Last Judgment

  1. Endless Destruction
  2. Reborn (Instrumental)
  3. Lost Race
  4. Lost Race (Orchestral Version)*

*Exclusive USA Track
Album info and links below:

Nephesh’s Official MySpace:

www.myspace.com/nepheshband

Nephesh’s Facebook Page:

www.facebook.com/pages/nephesh

Nokternal Hemizphear Webshop:

www.nhmetal.com

Nokternal Hemizphear Official MySpace:

www.myspace.com/officialnhmetal

Nokternal Hemizphear Official Twitter Page:

www.twitter.com/nhmetal

Metal for a Dark World!

Jason (Dohgrafar)

www.nhmetal.com

www.myspace.com/officialnhmetal

www.twitter.com/nhmetal

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