Former MALEVOLENT CREATION Drummer Working With Panama's ANTAGONIZED

Panamanian death metalers ANTAGONIZED have completed work on their full-length debut, entitled "Intense Perversion". Former MALEVOLENT CREATION drummer Alex Marquez sat behind the kit for the recording sessions at Insomnio Studios and co-produced the effort, alongside David Colindres. Among the tracks that were laid down was a cover of MALEVOLENT CREATION's "Coronation Of Our Domain".

According to the band's official bio, "the ANTAGONIZED horde emerged from unconsciousness depths by the end of 2006 as an answer, a desperate cry delivered to those forces against ideals and any signs of development. There are so many detractors in the world, but they're not enough to extinguish ANTAGONIZED's hate discharge which is shown now as their flag."

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