Belgian doom metal label NULLL Records has reissued the long out-of-print debut 1995 demo, "Life is Death Postponed", by Canadian industrial doom/death metal mongrels ZARAZA.
Back in 1995, Dead Angel 'zine described this demo as "This is bizarre. Brilliant, but bizarre nonetheless. Imagine industrial death metal with disemboweled gutter-stench vocals, crazed industrial percussion and assorted weird mayhem, and the occasional toy piano (!) or other equally twisted instrument, all trying to squash your head into paste, and presto! you have entered the land of ZARAZA!"
As previously reported, ZARAZA have set "Abyss of the Primitive" as the title of their third album, tentatively due later in the year through Canada's Total Zero Records. The follow-up to last year's "No Paradise To Lose" will feature "a new, exciting, sonically even more brutal and vile direction," according to a posting on the group's web site. "We always want to evolve and change and the next CD will be no exception. That is our promise."
For more information, visit zaraza.doom-metal.com.
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