DESECRATOR Complete Work On Debut Album

Jamestown, New York-based power/thrash band DESECRATOR have just finished recording their independent debut album, "Die For You, Dead Without You", Pyramid Sound Studios in Ithaca, New York with legendary metal producer Alex Perialas (ANTHRAX, TESTAMENT, OVERKILL, S.O.D.). The CD — said to be the first full-budget metal record Perialas has produced in nearly ten years —combines "old-school and modern metal influences to create a diverse and dynamic recording," according to an official press release.

DESECRATOR are planning on issuing "Die For You, Dead Without You" next month, but they are also seeking label support in order to get the record out to a larger audience. More information can be found at the group's official web site.

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