NewsJune 24, 2010 10:58 PM ET7,913 views

Metal Blade signs Fleshwrought (JFAC, etc.)

Official press release: Metal Blade Records is pleased to announce the addition of experimental death metal band Fleshwrought to its family. Fleshwrought features Navene Koperweis (former drummer of Bay area grind band Animosity, currently in Animals As Leaders) and Jonny Davy (vocalist of Arizona's Job for a Cowboy); Navene performing all instruments on the band's debut album Dementia/Dyslexia with Jonny Davy handling lyrics and vocals. "I'm truly amazed that a small project I started in my bedroom at my mom's house has become something worthy of a Metal Blade release. What more could I ask for? I couldn't be more proud and honored!" - Navene Koperweis "This record has been complete for an extremely long time. Navene and myself are extremely pumped to finally have the beast released." - Jonny Davy Dementia/Dyslexia was finished by June 2009 and was recorded at Navene's studio, Death Midi Soundlab, in San Francisco. Navene played all of the instruments, did all the tracking, mixing, and editing, with mastering handled by Dustin Miller at Audio Aggregate Recordings in Des Moines Iowa. In terms of what Fleshwrought hopes people will take away from listening to Dementia/Dyslexia, Navene personally hopes it is inspiration and a connection with the music, much in the way he has felt about those who have inspired him through his journey as a musician and lover of music. Fleshwrought's debut full-length album Dementia/Dyslexia will be available everywhere August 3rd. Stay tuned to and Fleshwrought's MySpace page for the first single, album artwork, and preorder information. Dementia/Dyslexia track listing: 01. Mental Illness 02. Inner Thoughts 03. Programming the Herds 04. Weeping Hallucinations 05. Conceptual Flesh 06. State of Desolation 07. Dyslexic Interlude 08. Self-Destructive Loathing 09. Relevant Intoxication 10. Final Nausea

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