The highly anticipated debut album from Sweden's GOD AMONG INSECTS, "World Wide Death", has just been censored in Germany according to their label, Threeman Records. "The government in Germany seems to think the public can't handle the cover artwork and will not allow the album to be sold without a slipcover," a band spokesperson has told BLABBERMOUTH.NET.
In other news, GOD AMONG INSECTS have posted an MP3 of the second track off the "World Wide Death" album, "A Gush of Blood", at this location. "This will be the last MP3 track posted on the GOD AMONG INSECTS web site. After that, everyone have to buy the album, or more likely, download the songs illegally," the spokesperson said.
"World Wide Death" is scheduled for release on September 6 in Europe through Plastic Head Distribution, and September 7 in the USA, Canada and Mexico through Candlelight Records USA.
GOD AMONG INSECTS is the Swedish "old-school" death metal band featuring vocalist Emperor Magus Caligula (DARK FUNERAL), guitarist Lord K (a.k.a. Kenth Philipson) (THE PROJECT HATE), bassist Tomas Elofsson (SANCTIFICATION) and drummer Tobias Gustafsson (VOMITORY).
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