MUNICIPAL WASTE: 'Unleash The Bastards' Video Posted Online

MUNICIPAL WASTE's video for the track "Unleash the Bastards" has been posted online at Earache.com.

"Unleash the Bastards" comes off the Richmond thrash-core kings' debut album for Earache Records, "Hazardous Mutation", due in Europe on August 29 (September 20 in the U.S.). The CD was recorded in the band's hometown of Richmond, Virginia by Corey Smoot (a.k.a. Flattus of GWAR). "We are very excited about this record and we feel it's by far our best material to date," stated frontman Tony Foresta.

"Hazardous Mutation" features the debut of new drummer Dave Witte (BURNT BY THE SUN, DISCORDANCE AXIS), and is highly recommended for fans of "crossover," particularly old D.R.I. (Also recommended for fans of beer bongs, Ocean Pacific couture, and wizards.) "Hazardous Mutation" features cover art by the one and only master of all thrash artwork, Ed Repka, best known for his work for MEGADETH.

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