MURDER CONSTRUCT: New Song Available For Streaming
"Control", a brand new song from MURDER CONSTRUCT — the California-based band featuring Travis Ryan (CATTLE DECAPITATION) on vocals, Leon del Muerte (EXHUMED, PHOBIA, IMPALED) on guitar and vocals, Kevin Fetus (FETUS EATERS, WATCH ME BURN) on guitar, Danny Walker (INTRONAUT, EXHUMED, UPHILL BATTLE) on drums, and Caleb Schneider (BAD ACID TRIP) on bass — is available for streaming on the group's MySpace page. The track comes off MURDER CONSTRUCT's debut seven-song EP, which will be released in November via Relapse Records.
MURDER CONSTRUCT's del Muerte commented on the EP: "Finally this goddamned release sees the light of day! Nearly 10 years (and countless bands, musicians and black-out beer-drunks in between) and our friendly collaboration between Southern California's worst will be out with our longtime homeslices, Relapse. This is just a taste of nastiness we have planned for our full-length!"
MURDER CONSTRUCT will team up with VENOMOUS CONCEPT and KILL THE CLIENT for a handful of California dates in mid-September.
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