ONSLAUGHT: 'Live Damnation' E-Card Available
British thrashers ONSLAUGHT recorded their performance at the Damnation Festival on November 22, 2008 in Leeds, U.K. for a live CD, "Live Damnation", to be released on July 20 through Candlelight Records.
An e-card for the album can be accessed at this location.
Fan-filmed video footage of ONSLAUGHT performing the song "Let There Be Death" at last year's Damnation Festival can be viewed below (clip uploaded by Dave Ingham a.k.a. YouTube user "triptykon").
ONSLAUGHT is currently writing material for the follow-up to 2007's "Killing Peace". Bassist Jeff Williams states, "Things are coming along very nicely indeed. The aggression has been turned right up to 11 with the new songs and I can't wait for [everyone] to hear these motherfuckers!"
"Killing Peace" was released in March 2007 via Candlelight Records. The CD was recorded at Backstage studio in Derbyshire, England with producer Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, MACHINE HEAD, ARCH ENEMY, NEVERMORE).
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