Finnish death metal outfit CORPSESSED has signed a deal with Dark Descent Records for the CD release of the band's self-titled debut EP. Due in early 2011, the EP features six tracks of bludgeoning old-school death in the vein of ENTOMBED, INCANTATION, DEICIDE, IMMOLATION and GRAVE.

A video for the song "Altar Of Worms" can be viewed below.

CORPSESSED was spawned from putrescent slime in 2007, after the dissolution of an earlier project, SKULLFUCKER. Vocalist Niko Matilainen (SKULLFUCKER), guitarist Matti Mäkelä (TYRANNY, WORMPHLEGM) and drummer Jussi-Pekka Manner (SKULLFUCKER, POHJOINEN KURI) were joined by guitarist Jyri Lustig (CARDINALS FOLLY) and the (de)composing of morbid death metal tunes began at the rotting houses of the Järvenpää delta area.

The group's original bass player, Mikko Mäkelä, disappeared in unknown circumstances, but was replaced in 2009 by Mikko Pöllä (AZURE).

CORPSESSED's debut EP will be released on vinyl via the French label Ostra Records.

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