DISGORGE Announces New Lineup

San Diego death metallers DISGORGE have announced the addition of bassist Diego Soria and vocalist Angel Ochoa to the group's ranks.

The band is currently working on material for its fifth album for a late 2013 release via Unique Leader Records.

DISGORGE's new lineup will make its live debut on June 6 at The Vault in Temecula, California, where they will co-headline, alongside ALL SHALL PERISH, Danny Kenny's (SUICIDE SILENCE) birthday bash.

DISGORGE recently inked a deal with Extreme Management Group, Inc. (SUFFOCATION, ORIGIN, CATTLE DECAPITATION, ABORTED, THREAT SIGNAL, NERVECELL).

After the tragic loss of bassist Ben Marlin in 2008, DISGORGE put the band on hold. In 2011, they reformed with thoughts of a new album and are finally working towards creating their most brutal release to date.

DISGORGE's current lineup:

Ricky Myers - Drums
Diego Soria - Bass
Angel Ochoa - Vocals
Ed Talorda - Guitar
Diego Sanchez - Guitar

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