German death metallers GRIND INC. have inked a deal with Twilight Vertrieb for the release of their third album, "Sudden State of Hate", tentatively due in early 2008. The follow-up to 2006's "Inhale the Violence" is being recorded at Ezy Soundz Studio in Krefeld and will include such tracks as "Voice of Premonition", "To Descendants", "Hole in the Ground", "Sudden State of Hate", "Collateral Body Count" and "Certifiably Insane". The artwork is being created by Björn Goosses of Killustrations.com.GRIND INC. started out in 2001 as a side project of HATE FACTOR and NIGHT IN GALES members. The point was "to make the most brutal music possible without neglecting groove and having shitloads of fun," according to the band's official bio. The group's debut album, "Executed", was released in May 2005. For more information, visit www.grindinc666.de.
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