ROTTEN SOUND: New EP To Include NAPALM DEATH Covers

Finland's ROTTEN SOUND will release a new EP in March via Relapse Records. Entitled "Napalm", it will feature three brand new tracks in addition to three NAPALM DEATH covers. Additional details, including the track listing, will be revealed shortly.

ROTTEN SOUND will join ABORTED and THE RED CHORD for the "Machines Of Grind" three-week co-headlining European tour. The trek will kick off in mid-April and will include stops at the Neurotic Deathfest and Revolution Fest Open Air.

For a list of dates, visit www.myspace.com/rottensound.

ROTTEN SOUND (Keijo Niinimaa – vocals, Mika Aalto – guitars, Sami Latva – drums, Toni Pihlaga - bass) formed in 1993 and has released a series of full-lengths and EPs since its formation. The band's latest album, "Cycles", was issued in January of 2008 and debuted at #12 on the Finnish chart.

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