Swiss death metallers DISPARAGED have inked a deal with Apostasy Records.

Commented the band: "We are very proud to have found in Apostasy Records a for-us-perfectly-tailored partner. We are looking forward to the cooperation and the release of our new album!"

DISPARAGED was formed in 1999 and has already released three albums: "Overlust", "Blood Source" and "The Wrath Of God".

A press release from Apostasy states: "All of you who thought Swizz people are slow-going will be proved wrong by DISPARAGED. The quartet rounds off dynamic drums and harsh brutality with downright virtuous melodies within the solos. Their compositions are similarly conclusive and thrilling.

"We are proud to welcome DISPARAGED into the Apostasy squad."


Tomislav Kuzmic - Vocals, Guitar
Ralph Beier - Guitar
Adrian Scheiber - Bass, Vocals
Deniz Lebovci - Drums


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