DISINTER release new single, lyric video and upcoming release plans via Pest Records

DISINTER release new single, lyric video and upcoming release plans via Pest Records

Chicago based Death Metal veterans DISINTER are back on track and announcing their upcoming release, Demolition Red, to be out on CD and digital format via Pest Records (a Loud Rage Music chapter) later this year.
As a preview for Demolition RedNo Clean Singing is now premiering the band’s lyric video for the track Demolition of the Mind here:

Here’s what Michael “Mike” LeGros had to say about this: “Inked in blood, on parchment made from ground bone: Disinter and Pest Records, now bound by blood, in an Unholy Alliance. We are excited to announce that we are working with Pest Records, in conjunction with the release of Demolition Red, definitely keeping the underground, UNDERGROUND(!), we knew Adrian and Pest Records was the best choice for us.”

Stream/download Demolition of the Mind here: https://pestrecords.bandcamp.com/album/disinter-demolition-of-the-mind-single

 

 

 

 

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