ILLDISPOSED Song To Be Featured In 'Saw' Film

Danish death metallers ILLDISPOSED will release their new album, "1-800 Vindication", in Australia on November 1 via Roadrunner Records. Japanese and North American release dates will be announced soon.

In other news, the ILLDISPOSED track "Dark" (mp3) will be featured in the upcoming horror movie "Saw", due in theaters nationwide on October 29.

The James Wan-directed movie is about a serial killer whose latest potential victims — Cary Elwes and Leigh Whannell — find they are chained to a wall and have no idea how they got there. The film also stars Danny Glover and Monica Potter. A trailer for the film can be viewed here.

ILLDISPOSED's "1-800 Vindication" was released in Europe this week through Roadrunner Records. The album was produced by Ziggy and was mixed at Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark, with producer Tue Madsen. The group recently signed a worldwide publishing deal with the world's biggest music publisher, EMI Music Publishing.


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