NOOSEBOMB, the Brockton, Massachusetts-based band featuring former members of GRIEF and DISRUPT (guitarist/vocalist Jeff Hayward and bassist Randy Odierno) along with drummer Mike Butkiewicz of BANE OF EXISTENCE, will release their debut CD, "Brain Food For The Braindead", in the spring of 2004 through Shifty Records.The album was recorded with producer Bill T. Miller (GRIEF, DISRUPT) at Headroom studios in Boston in November and will feature artwork by Eric C. Harrison (GRIEF, 16, FISTULA). NOOSEBOMB's musical style is being described as "[the sound of] GRIEF injecting caffeine into their veins while drinking beers with CELTIC FROST." Upcoming NOOSEBOMB show: Feb. 28 - Cambridge, MA @ All Asia Café (w/ HIRUDINEA, UNEARTHLY TRANCE, THE DYING LIGHT) For more information on NOOSEBOMB, visit the Shifty Records web site at this location.
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