Mar 062015


In the years that have followed the 2010 release of Perdition Temple’s debut album Edict of the Antichrist Elect, the band’s line-up has undergone changes. Now, the group’s founder, guitarist Gene Palubicki, is joined by Immolation guitarist Bill Taylor (a comrade of Palubicki in Angelcorpse during the ’90s) and Black Witchery vocalist Impurath — along with drummer Ron Parmer and bass player Gabriel Gozainy.

This new Perdition Temple collective have recorded an album entitled The Tempter’s Victorious that will be released imminently by Hells Headbangers, and today we bring you the premiere of the album’s fourth track, “Goddess In Death”.



The fumes of burning sulphur shroud this racing, grinding assault of black/death. It’s driven by swarming, fleet-fingered riffing and equally jet-fueled militarism by the rhythm section, accompanied by vicious vocal tyranny and bursts of frenzied soloing that spurt like gouts of blood from a severed vein. As you’re about to find out, it’s authentically morbid and it whips like a demon whirlwind.

The Tempter’s Victorious will be released by Hells Headbangers on March 24. Order it here. The album is also available digitally on Bandcamp, and if you visit that page you can check out two more tracks from this infernally excellent album.



  1. Listening to this 5 minutes after waking up makes me feel like I don’t need coffee.

  2. Blistering stuff. That album cover looks straight out of Dante’s Inferno.

  3. I perked right up when I saw Gene Palubicki was in this band. I really like this, I’ll definitely be looking into this band.

    Also, Gene has lost a lot of weight since his AngelCorpse days.

  4. Metal Archivrs has this as a January 31 release.

    What gives?

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