PYREXIA To Release 'Feast Of Iniquity' In October

New York death metallers PYREXIA are back with their most skull-crushing attack since "Sermon Of Mockery". Entitled "Feast Of Iniquity", their new album features ten new tracks of fire-breathing, trend-killing, pure and mighty PYREXIA death metal. The CD will be available October 29 via Unique Leader Records.

According to a press release, "Feast Of Iniquity" "is stacked with two drummers, Dave Culross and Doug Bohn, both assaulting the drums with ferocity and thunder along with biting guitar riffs and slams that can only be described as original and contagious. A threatening audio theater of agony and emotion, 'Feast Of Iniquity' brings PYREXIA to their truest form, and once again shows why they are a tall pillar in today's death metal arena."


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