Perdition Temple unleashes The Tempter’s Victorious in early 2014

perdition_temple-the_tempters_victoriousMembers of Immolation, Angelcorpse, and Black Witchery comprise the new Gene Palubicki-fronted project Perdition Temple, which will be releasing two new recordings on Hell’s Headbangers records in 2014. Arising from the ashes of Angelcorpse through its principal composer and most renowned guitarist, Perdition Temple extends the Angelcorpse concept to new extremes.

The first release will be a 7″ EP with one original track and one cover on the B-side. This is a teaser for the album and a showcase for the new lineup for those who are considering the album but not yet convinced. There’s no word on whether this will be Perdition Temple’s trademark high-speed intricate chromatic riffing or another style.

The Tempter’s Victorious will be released in early 2014 and will be a full-length album with eight new tracks and cover art by Adam Burke. Recording begins in the next few months to have this release ready in time for its street date. The following is the current lineup of Perdition Temple:

  • Gene Palubicki – guitars
  • Bill Taylor – guitars
  • Impurath – vocals
  • Ronnie Parmer – drums
  • Gabriel Gozainy – bass

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8 thoughts on “Perdition Temple unleashes The Tempter’s Victorious in early 2014”

  1. Cheesesock says:

    This should be fuckin’ awesome. I love Angelcorpse and Gene Palubicki is the master of smokin fast, evil riffs!

  2. fallot says:

    Sounds very Morbid Angel.

    1. Carg says:

      Sounds very bad Morbid Angel.

      1. fallot says:

        I was going to leave that bit out because the album isnt out yet, and some of the riffing is pretty cool I guess.

  3. Imposition says:

    Sounds very promising, and yes, very MA at times.

  4. Anthony says:

    From the sound of these two tracks, this band sounds like a more effective continuation of the Angelcorpse sound than the last Angelcorpse album was.

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  5. kvlt attakker says:

    Edict of the Antichrist Elect had some decent parts but still sounded like recycled material from the mid 90’s Tampa scene. Nothing special.

    Gene has been very consistent producing devilish riffs, but I doubt enlisting the guy from Black Witchery will be the added element that Perdition Temple needs to be (cough, Obama reference) exceptional.

    This could be either generic or good, but it will more than likely not be great.

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