DISGORGE To Headline New Mexico's GATHERING OF THE SICK Festival

California death-grind band DISGORGE will be headlining the Gathering of the Sick festival, set to take place August 5-6 at The Compound in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Also appearing on the bill are DECREPIT BIRTH, SEVERED SAVIOR and ODIOUS MORTEM. DISGORGE will also be headlining the Torturing Texas 2005 tour with special guests IMAGES OF VIOLENCE, featuring Jon Zig on vocals. More information is available at Disgorge.us.

DISGORGE released their fourth album, "Paralells of Infinite Torture", last month via Crash Music Inc. The band had previously released two albums through the Unique Leader label (1999's "She Lay Gutted" and 2001's "Consume the Forsaken") and a collection of demos through Extremities Productions (1999's "Cranial Impalement").

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