DESPISED ICON: More Footage From The Studio Available

Montreal extreme metallers DESPISED ICON have started work on their new album, due later in the year via Century Media Records. The second in a series of webisodes documenting the sessions can be viewed below.

Commented vocalist Alex Erian: "We're done writing and the new shit is packed with brutality. Can't wait to play these songs live! As always, our longtime buddy Yannick St-Amand will produce the whole thing and we got Zeuss and Alan Douches to take care of the mixing and mastering, so the result should sound monstrous! Our boy Felix Rancourt, the evil mastermind behind all our imagery, promised us his sickest album artwork to date."

DESPISED ICON has just released a new DVD entitled "Montreal Assault Live". The disc features a "stellar" multi-camera shoot from the band's sold-out hometown show, alongside a new hour-long documentary and all of the band's promotional video clips.

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