GENERAL SURGERY: New Song Available For Download

Legendary Swedish grindcore merchants GENERAL SURGERY have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Two days of depravity, debauchery, and moronity in Offbeat studio have paid off and we now have four epic ditties chock full of subliminal messages (well, one... but who's counting) to show for it. Two brand new songs, and two re-recordings of songs previously featured on the MACHETAZO and FILTH splits. All in all a bit of a moot point, since none of these songs are available on vinyl or CD yet, nor will they be in the foreseeable future. So there.

"The main point of this audio excursion was for us to check what kind of results we can get production-wise for the upcoming full-length. Considering the results, things are looking good. But please — don't believe me. Observe this song." Download the track "Ambulance Chaser" at this location.

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