DESPISED ICON: 'The Healing Process' To Be Released On Vinyl

Montreal-based deathcore six-piece DESPISED ICON will have their latest album, "The Healing Process", released on LP via Goodfellow Records. The CD version of this album was released on Century Media earlier this year.

The vinyl version will be in North American record stores in mid-September but Goodfellow are selling copies of it through mailorder now. There are 1,000 copies total, 275 of which are on limited orange color vinyl.

For more information, send an e-mail to xchrisx**@** (remove the **) with the subject "Despised Icon LP Mailorder info."

DESPISED ICON's sophomore release, "The Healing Process", was produced by guitarist Yannick St-Amand (ION DISSONANCE, NEURAXIS), mixed by J-F Dagenais (MISERY INDEX, KATAKLYSM) and mastered by Alan Douches (SHADOWS FALL, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN).


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