Horror Pain Gore Death Productions has signed Cyprus-based old-school death metal maniacs VOMITILE. The band's debut album, "Igniting Chaos", will be released on January 22, 2013.

According to a press release, VOMITILE "capture the true vile essence of the old-school on 'Igniting Chaos'. Full of punishing riffs and extreme aggression, VOMITILE unleash a killer recording of total annihilation and pure fucking destruction. Recommended for fans of ASPHYX, BOLT THROWER, CANNIBAL CORPSE, CARNAGE, THE CROWN, DEICIDE, DEMOLITION HAMMER, ENTOMBED, GRAVE, IMMOLATION, MALEVOLENT CREATION, MASSACRE, MONSTROSITY, MORBID ANGEL, PESTILENCE and SLAYER. A brutal slab of fucking death metal!"

"Igniting Chaos" track listing:

01. Rise Of The Wicked (intro)
02. Obliterating Scourge
03. Bastardocracy
04. Repulsive Postured Gangrene (R.P.G.)
05. Stagnant Purity
06. Unleashing The Massacre
07. Decapitation Of The Gods
08. Warcult
09. Cesspool Of Blood And Hate


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