AGATHOCLES: New Album Due In October

Selfmadegod Records will release "This is Not a Threat, It's a Promise", the new album from Belgian cult grind “mince core” band AGATHOCLES, in mid-October. The 27-song CD was recorded at Soundshape Studios in Belgium, where the band has recorded most of its releases to date, such as the classics "Razor Sharp Daggers", "Grind Is Protest" and "Black Clouds Determinate".

AGATHOCLES frontman Jan AG comments: This album contains all elements which AGATHOCLES uses to create their brand of mince core. Going from raw punk to d-beat to old-school straightforward grind, backed up with three different vocal styles. This time the lyrics deal with topics like losing your job and waiting for the repo man, scenesters, elections, the worldwide economic crisis, modern technology and the rise of Big Brother, and more. Get ready for another old-school, raw, mince core blast!"

"This is Not a Threat, It's a Promise" track listing:

01. Black Tea
02. Houses Of Fraud
03. Straight Lane
04. Bits And Chips
05. Reduce The Pain, Refuse The Gain
06. People's Property
07. Gaszilla
08. Soap And Joke
09. Hyvää Paivää
10. Financial Cris-Ass
11. Motherfucker (Swing That Axe)
12. Go With A Blow
13. Monkey Business
14. Troops Of Rhumania
15. Cut Off
16. God Save The Real Green Crocodile
17. Fangs Feasting On Funds
18. Cleptocracy
19. De Kiezer Heeft Nooit Gelijk
20. Aside
21. Ulkopuolinen
22. [email protected]
23. More Patches Than Brains
24. Gallows Eve
25. After The Battle
26. Will Gone, Lobotomy Done
27. Manipulotiek

For more information, visit www.agathocles.com.

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