DEVIANT Release Full-Length Debut

Young Swedish death metallers DEVIANT's full-length debut, "Larvaeon", was released on August 9 via The Spew Records. "Larvaeon" is said to feature "a wonderful mix of aesthatic riffs and full force grinding brutality in 10 amazing tracks" and "incredibly skilled musicianship destined to stab you severely and open you wide" as well as guest appearances by DEFLESHED frontman Gustav Jorde and ENEMYISUS singer Ronnie. The album was recorded and mixed during December 2004/January 2005 at EAR Studios by Carl Vikman, and mastered by Peter in de Betou (DISMEMBER, MESHUGGAH, DIMMU BORGIR) at Tailor Maid Productions. Artwork was handled by Spina Online. Download the album tracks "Immaculate Rancidity" (mp3) and "Blood Clotted Eyes" (featuring guest vocals by Gustav Jorde) (mp3).

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