PHOBIA: New Releases Planned

Long-running California grindcore act PHOBIA has issued the following update:

"We will be releasing a documentary of a compiled footage from a couple tours and some blast from the past, interviews, shows, party time, bad times and not-feeling-so-good times! We are working with some close friends and hopefully will be released summer time!!! Any name suggestions let us know, it's for the fans!

"PHOBIA will also be releasing a early years discography CD compiled of older material from splits, to 7"s and more! A lot of the material has never even been released on CD so this will be the first time!!! Power It Up from Germany will be releasing this awesome release!

"We will be entering the studio for an upcoming EP that will crush in the world of grindcore (we hope) we will be recording about 15 minutes maybe a bit more. We are really excited about the new material; lots of d-beat and blast for you grind and punk freaks!"


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