Music News: The Order of Apollyon premiere live video for the track Trident Of Flesh

French black/death metallers The Order of Apollyon reveal live video for the song Trident Of Flesh, taken from the band’s third studio album Moriah.

Moriah was released on Agonia Records. The video was recorded at Ascension Festival 2019, which is held in Iceland. Watch the clip here:


The Order of Apollyon was formed in 2008 by then Aborted members, guitarist BST (ex-Aosoth, VI) and drummer Dan Wilding (Carcass). Over the course of two studio albums, “The Flesh” (2010) and “The Sword And The Dagger” (2015), the band forged themselves a distinct path through death and black metal soundscapes, that evoke of Behemoth or Mgła, but with and edge towards French black metal in the vein of Aosoth or VI. After a line-up reconfiguration, forced by Wilding’s transition to Carcass and conflicting schedules amongst remaining members, the band’s French roots gained the upper hand.

BST started off new and recruited veterans of his native black metal scene, including members of Temple Of Baal, Hell Militia and Merrimack. Their third album “Moriah”, released last year on Agonia Records, is a testament to the new line-up, which introduced stability and evoked deeper levels of teamwork within the band. It is, without a doubt, the most coherent, mature and creative work the band ever put out.

The mysterious band are BST  and SR on guitars and vocals with AK on bass and vocals and JZ on drums.

The Order of Apollyon - Moriah 2

“Moriah” was recorded, mixed and mastered at BST Studio, except for drums, which were recorded at Studio de Saint-Loup. The cover artwork was created by Vincent Lécuyer.

Moriah Track Listing

1. The Lies Of Moriah
2. Rites Of The Immolator
3. Grey Father
4. The Cradle
5. The Original Cries Of Jerusalem
6. Trident Of Flesh
7. Soldat
8. A Monument

Grab your copy of Moriah from Agonia Records, here.

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