Siberia's DEFECT DESIGNER Signs With MY KINGDOM MUSIC

Siberian death metal act DEFECT DESIGNER has inked a deal with My Kingdom Music. The band's full-length debut, "Wax", is scheduled for release on September 7. The 12-song CD was recorded at Hertz Studio (VADER, DECAPITATED, BEHEMOTH) in Poland under the watchful eyes of Wojtek and Slavek Wieslawski.

According to a press release, "Wax" contains "toothbraking torn riffs and odd melodies squeezing your brain through your eyes, different guitar and bass parties making strange sense of listening to different songs when hearing only left, only right or both channels combined, hysterical choking vocals and sick drums added to crystal pure sound. . . DEFECT DESIGNER is gonna be a surprise for all fans of hysterical extreme music thanks to a great mix of oldstyle death metal a la BOLT THROWER and HYPOCRISY with great complicated and technical elements a la EDGE OF SANITY and CARCASS. Prepare yourself to a delirant journey through the gates of extreme music."

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