CRIMINAL ELEMENT: 'Criminally Contaminated' Single Now Available
CRIMINAL ELEMENT — the band featuring Vince Matthews (DYING FETUS) on vocals, Terrance Hobbs (SUFFOCATION) on guitar, Derek Boyer (SUFFOCATION) on bass, Joe Cincotta (CATASTROPHIC) on guitar, Rob Maresca (CATOSTROPHIC, PYREXIA) on drums, and Chris Yuastella on backing vocals — has released a three-song limited-edition seven-inch single, entitled "Criminally Contaminated", via Relapse Records. Tracks featured on the single are "Sickening Gore", "Criminally Contaminated" and "Thousand Nightmares". More information is available at this location.
CRIMINAL ELEMENT will release a new mini-CD, entitled "Career Criminal", though Emetic Records this fall. It will feature eight brand-new songs, including "Kirking Out" and "Bitchslapped", both of which have been posted online at this location. In addition, there are lyrical submissions from Jason Netherton (DYING FETUS, MISERY INDEX) and Bruce Craig (COVENANCE). Expect many more guest appearances by well-known artists in the underground scene.
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