Slovenian Thrashers SARCASM Sign With GROM RECORDS

Slovenian thrash metallers SARCASM have inked a deal with the Serbian label Grom Records for the worldwide Internet distribution of their music. The band is recording new material right now and plans to release a new single, "Z Mano Je Slabo" ("I Don't Feel So Good") very shortly. The single will be distributed online in co-operation with Grom Records, while physical CDs will be made available through SARCASM's web site, www.sarcasm-band.com.

SARCASM's "Crematory" album was first published in 1989, reissued in 2002, 2007 and 2010, is almost sold out, and will soon be reissued again. "Igra Narave" ("Twisted Way Of Nature"), was issued in 2002, was sold out, and is at the moment available only on the Internet. "Something To Believe In", released in 2010, is still available.

SARCASM will celebrate its 25th anniversary the best way it can: on stage, thrashing with their fans on Metal Mania Open Air festival, set to take place July 19-21 in Komen, Slovenia.

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