JUNGLE ROT Seeks New Label Home

Wisconsin-based death metallers JUNGLE ROT recently parted ways with the Crash Music Inc. label and are currently seeking a new label home. The group has issued the following update:

"We're gonna head into the studio on July 9th to record a couple new tracks to make a demo to shop around for a new label! Of course when these songs are finished, they will be posted on the MySpace page for your listening pleasure! We can't wait, and we hope you can't either! Keep your eyes open!"

The final version of JUNGLE ROT's video for the track "Victims of Violence" is available for viewing at this location. The clip was filmed in June 2006 at a military vehicle graveyard in Wisconsin with director Dave Paul (DISTURBED, FIREBALL MINISTRY, SKANK) of DP Filmworks.

"Victims of Violence" comes off the band's latest album, "War Zone", which was released on June 27, 2006 via Crash Music.


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