BIRDS OF PREY, the studio project featuring Erik Larson (ALAMABA THUNDERPUSSY) on guitars, Bo Leslie (THROTTLEROD) also on guitars, Summer Welch (BARONESS) on bass, Dave Witte (MUNICIPAL WASTE) on drums and Ben Hogg (BEATEN BACK TO PURE) on vocals, spent time at the Karma Productions studio in Richmond, VA this past December recording their debut album, "Weight of the Wound", with Cory Smoot, who will also mix and master the record. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Mangled by Mongoloids (Ripped Apart by the Retarded)", "Hustling the Coroner (To Overlook the Strychnine)", "Buttfucked with a Shotgun Barrel", "Landfill Burial", "Filth Farm of Washington State", "Front Lawn Filled with Family Members", "Murder of an Off-Duty Cop", "The Old Lady Rots (But the Checks Keep Coming)", "Cokemule" and "To Kill a Co-Worker (You Ain't My Fucking Boss Man)".
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