Botswana's WRUST: 'Kill Or Be Killed' Video Posted Online
"Kill or be Killed", the new video from Botswana's WRUST (pronounced "rust") the only known all-black extreme/death metal band in Africa can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's debut Witchdoctor Records release, "Soulless Machine", available now at this location.
"Soulless Machine" was recorded over a four-day period at Bizac Studio in Midrand (JHB). It was later taken to WDR studio in Durban for further remixing then re-mastering. According to the band, "The sound changed from cool to crystal clear, throat-smothering to skull-bursting and ball-breaking. Everything is just in your face. The best production one can get from four days recorded music."
WRUST is one of the confirmed international bands for this year's Witchfest, set to take place September 26-27 in South Africa. Headlining the event will be reactivated British extreme metal pioneers CARCASS.
To date, WRUST has supported SOULFLY, SEPULTURA, ENTOMBED, THE HAUNTED and KONKHRA, to name just a few acts.
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