Arizona-based death/thrash metallers SARGON, whose current lineup includes ex-MALEVOLENT CREATION and SOLSTICE drummer Alex Marquez, have inked a deal with the old-school/extreme metal label Old Cemetery Records for the physical release of the band's debut album. "In Contempt". Due on September 23, the effort will coincide with a CD-release show in Phoenix, the details of which will be announced very soon.

In other news, SARGON has announced the addition of ex-DEATH/MONSTROSITY bassist Kelly Conlon to the group's ranks. The band states, "It's an absolute honor to be playing with Kelly, for his experience, professionalism, killer bass playing, and on-stage madness are a great fit for SARGON and are sure to crush some skulls live."

SARGON will perform at this year's The Goregrowler's Ball on November 18 in San Antonio, Texas.

Marquez will take part in a drum clinic on August 27 in San Antonio. See the flyer below for all the details.


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