DESTRUCTOR To Enter Studio In October

Cleveland thrash metal legends DESTRUCTOR will enter Supernatural Sound Studios in Kirtland, Ohio next month to begin recording their new album, "Decibel Casualties", for a 2012 release via Auburn Records. The follow-up to 2007's critically acclaimed "Forever In Leather" will be recorded and engineered by VENOMIN JAMES guitarists Tomasz Scull and Joe Fortunato.

Despite more than a quarter of a century in existence, change is the one word that the members of DESTRUCTOR have yet to embrace. "We consider ourselves to be a power thrash band that plays heavy metal in the old-school style," singer/guitarist Dave "Overkill" Just said in a 2008 interview. "We have yet to change and don't plan on changing." He added, "One thing about DESTRUCTOR is we're not confused about where we've been and where we're going. A lot of bands seem to want to change their formula and try to be hip and reach the younger crowd. We just stick to our guns, and if you like it, that's great. And if not, we're not the band for you."


Jamie Boulder - Bass
Dave Overkill - Vocals/Guitar
Matt Flammable - Drums
Pat Rabid - Guitar

Photo by Joe Kleon


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