PYORRHOEA Sign With EMPIRE RECORDS

Polish death/grind band PYORRHOEA have officially signed a three-album deal with Empire Records. The group's debut CD, "Desire For Torment", is going to be released in Poland in conjunction with the fourth issue of Thrash 'em All magazine.

PYORRHOEA are said to be one of the most brutal bands on Polish scene, mixing grindcore and death metal influences. "Desire For Torment" was recorded at Hertz Studio and was mastered by Bartosz Trojanowski. The band's lineup consists of well-known musicians from such bands as HATE, VESANIA and DEVILYN.

"Desire For Torment" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Slave
02. Excrements On Your Face
03. Masskill Symptom
04. Bondage Punishment Torture
05. Suicidal Masturbation
06. Anal Arousal
07. Addicted To Killing
08. S.W.Y.T.E.Y.O.S.
09. Consume You
10. Desire For Torment
11. Chainsaw Dance
12. 0108
13. Hung On A Hook
14. Dead Orgy Scene

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