BEHEADING MACHINE Recording Full-Length Debut

Poland-based mechanical death metal act BEHEADING MACHINE has entered Screw Factory studios with producer Yanek Bryt to begin recording its as-yet-untitled full-length debut for a March 15, 2010 release via the Polish label Defense Productions.

According to the band's official bio, BEHEADING MACHINE is "an avant-garde musical group whose genre is best referred to as 'brutal technical death metal'.

"Operating in an extraneous town surrounded by wastelands, is very inspiring and helpful in the creating process, but makes it difficult to gain attention and earn appropriate respect. Moreover, the small town never offered any good conditions for bands to practice or perform in which made BEHEADING MACHINE's work even harder. Determination, perseverance and humility are only some of the attributes that make the band capable of developing into something more against all odds. BEHEADING MACHINE is looking far into the future and is set to push the boundaries of extreme music far over the limits."

BEHEADING MACHINE's "Stillbirth Civilisation" EP was released last year.

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