Florida's GENITORTURERS, who feature in their ranks former MORBID ANGEL bassist/vocalist David Vincent (aka Evil D) on bass, will be issuing a limited-edition US pressing of a five-song EP, entitled Flesh Is The Law, exclusively via the group's web site at www.genitorturers.com. According to frontwoman Gen, we are psyched up for the release of this EP. As our management is currently in negotiations with new labels, we felt that we wanted to get something out to our fans to thank them for their continued support especially on this recent tour [we just did]. Because labels function on very particular timetables for releases, the full-length CD will not make it out 'till after spring. We all felt that we wanted to give our closest and most dedicated fans a sneak peak at the new album. The EP has 3 new songs, 1 live track from our Japanese cd & 1 previously unreleased track recorded in 97'.. oh and a hidden track as well will be included on the first 1000 copies! Hope you like it!
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