RINGWORM To Release 'Scars' In July
Cleveland, Ohio hardcore heavyweights RINGWORM will release their fifth album, "Scars", on July 19 via Victory Records.
Twenty years after its 1991 birth, RINGWORM "rise above with the brutal new release to remind fans why they are the pioneering visionaries of the hardcore genre known as 'crossover,'" according to a press release. The extreme hardcore veterans fiercely knock out the competition with the unleashing of their most heavy-hitting, thrash-inspired metal album yet. The onslaught of dancing guitars, poly-rhythmic drums, and raw vocals is what has shot RINGWORM to the apex of the metal scene.
"After two decades of combating the world with pure metal talent, RINGWORM stands strong as a quintet of music masterminds that show no signs of slowing down anytime soon."
James "Human Furnace" Bulloch - Vocals
Matt Sorg - Guitar
John Comprix - Guitar
Mike Lare - Bass
Danny Zink - Drums
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