MONSTROSITY Perform In Front Of 80,000 At Colombia's ROCK AL PARQUE Festival

Florida death metallers MONSTROSITY have just returned from their triumphant show in Bogota, Columbia, where they headlined the Rock Al Parque festival in front of an estimated 80,000 people (card), the biggest turnout in the event's nine-year history (according to the group's press release). In addition, the band have just announced their first trip to Guatemala, scheduled to take place in early November.

The details are as follows:

Nov. 01 - Antiguo Cine Cali, Guatemala
Nov. 02 – Salon Municipal - San Francisco el alto Guatemala

An MP3 of the new MONSTROSITY song "The Exordium" was recently made available for download on the Conquest Music web site at this location. The song is taken from the group's new full-length studio album, "Rise To Power", which was released in the U.S. on September 23.

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