DEVOURMENT Begins Recording New Album

Brutal death metallers DEVOURMENT have entered the studio to record their new album for an early 2013 release via their new label, Relapse Records. The band is tracking at Mana Recording Studio in St. Petersburg, Florida with legendary death metal icon Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, MORBID ANGEL). The CD promises to be DEVOURMENT's heaviest, most crushing release to date. Tentative songtitles set to appear on the album include "Fucked With Rats" and "Fifty Ton War Machine".

Commented DEVOURMENT frontman Mike Majewski: "This will be the deepest album we have done for sure. Definitely expect the intensity, but also more thought-out song structures. I would say abit of a throwback to old school brutal bands, but with the signature DEVOURMENT elements."

DEVOURMENT's calling card is absolute brutality, and the band's three previous albums and international touring and festival appearance have made them one of the more-talked-about acts in the worldwide death metal underground.


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