DEICIDE, CANNIBAL CORPSE Members To Appear On DAYGLO ABORTIONS Tribute CD
Steve Asheim, Glen Benton and Jack Owen of DEICIDE joined CANNIBAL CORPSE's Rob Barrett to record a DAYGLO ABORTIONS cover track that will be included on the upcoming DAYGLO ABORTIONS tribute compilation. The song was recorded at DEG Entertainment Studios in St Petersburg, Florida and will be mixed by Rob Shallcross (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, GWAR, MELDRUM, WEST OF HELL). The compilation, presented by Cruzar Media, is being produced by Shallcross for an early 2013 release. Also scheduled to appear on the set are 3 INCHES OF BLOOD and GWAR.
GWAR's contribution comes in the shape of a cover version of the DAYGLO ABORTIONS 1993 anti-censorship anthem "Isn't This Disgusting". The song was recorded by the late GWAR guitarist Cory Smoot (a.k.a. Flattus Maximus) at his Karma Productions studio in Virginia and was mixed by Shallcross.
All proceeds from the "Isn't This Disgusting" single will go to the Smoot Family Fund.
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