MALEVOLENT CREATION Bassist Launches MURDER SUICIDE
Bassist Jason Blachowicz (a.k.a. Jay Black) of Florida-based death metal veterans MALEVOLENT CREATION has launched a new project called MURDER SUICIDE. According to a press release, the group plays "old-school style death metal" and "bring[s] out that ol' late-80s-to-early-90s vibe with some straight-forward, balls-to-the-wall, groovy, heavy, pure headbangin' death metal savagely well executed with no remorse, achieving punishing results."
MURDER SUICIDE is:
* Jay Black (MALEVOLENT CREATION, DIVINE EMPIRE) - Bass
* Gus Rios (MALEVOLENT CREATION, UPON INFLICTION) Drums
* Mike Dickson (MASTICATOR) - Guitar
* Dean Corpse (CYST) - Vocals
MURDER SUICIDE is in the process of writing and recording its first demo, with five songs already in progress, Blachowicz states, "This is gonna be really cool, man. The collection of riffs and the vibe we have going is great and all four of us are excited about creating something curiously new and really HEAVY to enjoy!"
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