DISRUPTION: Debut Album Out Now

Swedish death/thrash band DISRUPTION have just released their debut album, entitled "Face the Wall", through Copro Records. The album contains 14 cuts of "aggresive melodic, in-your-face metal," and was recorded late 2004 at Pama Studios with producer Magnus Sedenberg (CRUCIFIED BARBARA, THE BONES, SILVER SERAPH). The band have been active since 1998, although this is their first official release.

DISRUPTION consists of:

Daniel Sköld - Bass guitar
Mikael Lundqvist - Rhythm guitar
Jonatan Forssander - Drums/Percussion
Peter Eriksson - Rythm/Lead guitar
Jonas Renvaktar - Vocals/Percussion

Singer Jonas has also handled the vocals for the extremely technical death metal band SPAWN OF POSSESSION on their European and American tours, while gutarist Peter is an active member of the Swedish metal band UNCHAINED.


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