OBSCENITY Completes Recording New Album
German death metallers OBSCENITY have finished recording their eighth full-length album, "Atrophied In Anguish", for an August release via Apostasy Records. The CD was recorded at Soundlodge Studio in Rhauderfehn, Germany and will contain 10 tracks with a running time of 38 minutes. The cover artwork is being created by Headsplitdesign.
OBSCENITY last year announced the addition of bassist Jörg Pirch (ex-TEARS OF DECAY) and guitarist Christoph Weerts (ex-ASSASINATED) to the group's ranks. The band was also rejoined by drummer Sascha Knust (ex-THE AWAKENING, SETHNEFER).
OBSCENITY in 2010 recruited Tampa, Florida native Jeff Rudes as its new singer.
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".
Jeff Rudes - Vocals
Hendrik Bruns - Guitar
Christoph Weerts - Guitar
Jörg Pirch - Bass
Sascha Knust - Drums
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