Bombworks Records has announced the signing of DIVULGENCE.

Hailing from Greenville, South Carolina, DIVULGENCE roars onto the scene with a base of thrash spiced up with black metal and an occasional death metal leaning to bring a fresh sound to the extreme metal world. The band is very young, with each member 18 years old or less, but the group knows how to bring the metal and supply rifftastic technicality amidst speedy brutality.

DIVULGENCE has been playing together for nearly one year and recently recorded a three-song demo which garnered the attention of Bombworks. The band is writing more material and has plans to record a full-length later CD this year. With influences as wide-ranging as CARCASS, ARSIS, CRIMSON MOONLIGHT, ANTESTOR, 1349, and LIVING SACRIFICE, DIVULGENCE is ready to represent the new generation of extreme metal.

DIVULGENCE will perform at the Bombworks-sponsored Day of Metal Stage at the Cornerstone Festival in July.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/divulgencesc.


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