OBSCENITY Announces New Drummer, Guitarist

German death metallers OBSCENITY have been rejoined by drummer Sascha Knust (also ex-THE AWAKENING, SETHNEFER). The band has also recruited a new guitarist, Christoph Weerts (ex-ASSASINATED).

OBSCENITY is currently demoing material for its eighth album, tentatively titled "All You Can Kill", for a late 2011 release. The group is also seeking a suitable studio to capture what it says will be "a powerful and brutal sound."

OBSCENITY recently announced the addition of 33-year-old singer Jeff Rudes from Tampa, Florida to the group's ranks.

A new OBSCENITY demo track, "Homicidal Soldier", can be streamed below.

OBSCENITY's seventh CD, "Where Sinners Bleed", was released in 2006 through Armageddon Music. The follow-up to 2002's "Cold Blooded Murder" was recorded at Soundlodge studio in Rhauderfehn, Germany.

OBSCENITY was previously signed to Morbid Records, which issued four of the band's albums, ending with "Cold Blooded Murder".


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