Massacre Records has announced the signing of Germany's death metal warmachine DEBAUCHERY.

10 years of constant warfare have made DEBAUCHERY even more brutal and sinister. Battlefields all over the world, from Russia to China, all across Europe were left victorious. Most of the well-known festivals — Wacken, Summer Breeze, With Full Force — were destroyed. On the campaigns DEBAUCHERY followed bands like NAPALM DEATH, DESTRUCTION, SIX FEET UNDER and more. The Blood God and his Murder Squad strode beside icons like SLAYER, VENOM, IMMORTAL and SAXON — always recognizable because of their gore-drenched shows, half-naked Blood Babes and mutilated body parts.

The controversy of the band has brought DEBAUCHERY time and again in contact with the big mainstream media, be it a story in Germany’s Bild about the lesbian porn for "Death Metal Warmachine" or articles about the loss of the teacher job of the frontman. But in spite of all the brutality of the fantasy image, in real life the moral standards are of another kind: Thomas Gurrath is a vegetarian, his statement the video for "Animal Holocaust", created in cooperation with PETA.

The music is straight, groovy, dark, brutal and tells evil stories. DEBAUCHERY is more than just death metal — genres are broken, 10 years in music business, 10 years in metal, 10 years of DEBAUCHERY and now the 10th album of the Blood God. Be prepared, the new album will be released in late July.


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