According to an Earache Records press release, Floridian death metal legends DEICIDE were practicing in their industrially zoned practice space, surrounded by sonically booming concrete factories, when they were surprisingly bombarded by Florida's Pasco County Sheriff's department and asked to leave. DEICIDE, who have been practicing in this legally deemed "industrial" area for quite some time, "were immensely shocked" and were forced to evacuate the practice space quaintly nestled between a mass of factories that inherently produce bombastic sound. DEICIDE are "appalled at the random uprooting and have been forced to find a new practice space, inconveniently coinciding with the impending kick-off of their fall world tour."DEICIDE's brand new brutal offering, "The Stench of Redemption", was released in August via Earache Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Scars of the Crucifix" was recorded at Morrisound in Tampa, Florida and marks the first recording with the new DEICIDE lineup following the departure of the Hoffman brothers. Joining frontman Glen Benton and drummer Steve Asheim in the new formation are guitarists Ralph Santolla (ex-DEATH, ICED EARTH) and Jack Owen (ex-CANNIBAL CORPSE).
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