DISGORGE Nearly Done Mixing New Album

California death-grind band DISGORGE entered Black Beard Studio in late 2004 to begin recording their Crash Music Inc. debut, "Parallels of Infinite Torture", tentatively due out in the spring.

"We are near the end of our mixing stage, all tracks where laid down in December and sound blistering!" the band write in a statement. "We have put a lot of time into making this the best sounding DISGORGE album to date! There will also be a enhanced track on this pressing!

"We are awaiting Crash Music Inc. to give us an official release date and as soon as our new web site is complete we will have a sample song to download for all of you who have been patiently waiting! Also we are gathering footage for DVD, so if anyone has footage of DISGORGE please contact us on our web site at www.disgorge-usa.com."

DISGORGE had previously released two albums through the Unique Leader label: "She Lay Gutted" (1999) and "Consume the Forsaken" (2001).


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