EXTERMINANCE To Release Free EP
Cumberland, Maryland-based grindcore/metal act EXTERMINANCE will release an EP, "The Entity of Eternity", on Octoebr 12 in the form of a digital-only release that can be downloaded for free from the Open Grave Records web site. The EP features four brand new tracks and a remake of a track from the EXTERMINANCE 1991 demo titled "Environmental Execution". The download will include cover art, track listing and five MP3 files.
"The Entity of Eternity" was produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by John Machin (drums) and Paul Folk (vocals, guitar) in their home studios.
The band will begin recording its next full length album in November for a March 2008 release.
EXTERMINANCE's "Vomiting the Trinity" CD was released on September 11 through Open Grave Records. It includes nine previously unreleased tracks that were recorded in 1995 and 1996 as well as all remastered tracks from 1994's "The Seven Deadly Sins".
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