IZEGRIM: New Song Available For Streaming

"Victim Of Honor", a brand new song from Dutch female-fronted thrashers IZEGRIM, can be streamed on the band's MySpace page. The track comes off the group's new album, "Code Of Consequences", which will be released in February 2011 via Listenable Records.

Immediately after the release of the band's 2009 EP, "Point Of No Return", IZEGRIM started writing/composing material for its new album. Their mission was to create the most versitale, riff-packed, in-your-face-sounding record in the history of IZEGRIM. After more than a year of working as hard as they ever did, they've accomplished their objectives. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Jörg Uken (Soundlodge Studio), this record has become exactly the way they wanted it to be.

Commented the band: "Needless to say, that we are really honored and exhilerated to be on a roster with bands like HATE, GOJIRA and THE RED SHORE, to name just a few. We are certain that our coalition with Listenable Records will be a prosperous one!"

IZEGRIM's "Point Of No Return" video can be viewed below. The band's first-ever promotional music clip was produced by Arno Zuidgeest.

"Point Of No Return" was the title track of IZEGRIM's last EP, which came out in March 2009 via Rusty Cage Records. The CD contained three brand new songs and a re-recorded version of "Angel Of Demise" (which originally appeared on 2002's "Guidelines For Genocide".

IZEGRIM's most recent full-length album, "Tribute to Totalitarianism", was released March 2008.


Jeroen Wechgelaer - Guitar
Marloes Voskuil - Bass/Vocals
Bart Van Ginkel - Guitar
Ivo Maarhuis - Drums

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/izegrim.


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