F.K.U.: Debut Album To Be Reissued

F.K.U. (Freddy Krueger's Underwear), Sweden's horror thrash metal maniacs, will re-release their 1999 debut album, "Metal Moshing Mad", later this year on Razorback Records.

A true underground cult classic in every sense of the word, this album pre-dates many of the current "retro" thrash bands and also helped to influence a few of the bands Razorback Records has worked with in the past as well.

Featuring a huge and crushing production job, catchy neck-breaking riffs, tons of sing-a-long lyrics, and a great love for all of the classic horror icons (Freddy, Leatherface, Jason, Frank Zito, Pinhead, Michael Myers), "Metal Moshing Mad" is an album that is worth playing over and over again until your brain explodes from the ultra-thrashing high it gives you!

The re-release will feature new and incredible hand drawn and painted artwork by underground horror master, Adam Geyer, and will also feature the band's 20-song demo from 1998, "Beware of the Evil Underwear", re-mastered for pure headbanging fury!

For more information, visit www.razorbackrecords.com.


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