PYORRHOEA To Release 'Desire For Torment' In February

Metal Mind Productions will release the long-awaited debut album from Poland's PYORRHOEA. "Desire For Torment" includes 14 songs of pure death grind carnage which sound like "NAPALM DEATH meets TERRORIZER," according to a press release.

PYORRHOEA was founded in 2001 by two friends: Cyprian and Andy Blakk. After a couple of months, Daray and Analripper joined the band. In June 2002, PYORRHOEA entered Hertz Studio to record their promo material, which contained nearly 15 minutes of intense death/grind.

November 2002 witnessed a slight change in the lineup: new guitarist A.D. Gore joined the band. In this new improved lineup the band was finally ready to start working on the material for their debut full-length album "Desire For Torment".

The album was recorded in Hertz Studio again. The result of that session was 14 artful brutal death/grind tracks which will satisfy even the most demanding fan of extreme metal.

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"Desire For Torment" will be available on February 4 in Europe and April 15 April in the U.S. (via MVD). The track listing is as follows:

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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