ARSEBREED Video E-Card Available
A video e-card featuring three live tracks from Dutch death metal band ARSEBREED, featuring members of DISAVOWED, PYAEMIA and MANGLED, has been added to www.neurotic-records.com. The tracks "Rectal Vomit", "Stabbed in the Arse" and "Vaginal Butchery" were recorded during the band's appearance at this year's Ludwigshafen Deathfest on October 22 and will all appear on the group's debut album, "Munching the Rotten", due later in the year on Neurotic Records.
ARSEBREED's music is described in an official press release as "the perfect blend between older, more technical DEEDS OF FLESH [and] the brutal dual vocal attacks and intensity from a band like DEICIDE."
"Munching the Rotten" was recorded in part at Excess studios (PROSTITUTE DISFIGUREMENT, SEVERE TORTURE, SINISTER) in Rotterdam, Holland with vocalist Robbert Kok (DISAVOWED). Artwork was done by guitarist Daan (DISAVOWED). Apart from the abovementioned musicians, the album features drummer Floris (MANGLED), bassist Rizzo (ex-LENG TCH'E, PYAEMIA), vocalist Joey (PYAEMIA) and lead guitarist Pranger.
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