Dutch thrashers IZEGRIM have inked a deal with Rusty Cage Records. The group's new album, "Tribute to Totalitarianism", will be released as a digipack on February 29. According to the label, fans should expect "an IZEGRIM-style thrash/death metal hybrid with quite a few stoner influences and faint Gothenburg-style melody, accompanied with some ferocious polemics that will not leave much to the imagination regarding the current state of world affairs. 'Tribute to Totalitarianism' is an album that firmly kicks one right in the balls. With its exceptionally savage yet groovy brand of thrash-metal, IZEGRIM is a band unlike any other. Although their personalities are modest, their ambitions are not: Izegrim is determined to conquer the stages of Western Europe and abroad."
All recordings are mixed and mastered by Jochem Jacobs (of Split Second Sound), who has worked for bands such as TEXTURES, AUTUMN, THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE and many others.
IZEGRIM, along with labelmates NON-DIVINE, will support FLOTSAM AND JETSAM on their Europen tour, where they also play the Metalmania Festival in Poland (alongside MEGADETH, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, SATYRICON, OVERKILL and many others).
For more information, visit www.izegrim.nl.
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