News•April 10, 2012 4:10 PM ET•2,372 views
Phobia to release new album in June
Official press release: Legendary grind merchants Phobia are set to scathe the masses with their fifth studio offering, Remnants of Filth, this June. Produced and mixed by Scott Hull (Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed) at Visceral Sound Studios in Bethesda, Maryland and engineered by Mike Harrison at Winter Skies Productions in San Antonio, Texas, Remnants Of Filth offers up 18 pile-driving, socio-political grind hymns in 19 minutes. Slated to drop on June 5 through Willowtip Records, the band –- vocalist Shane "The Pain" Mclachlan, bassist Calum MacKenzie, drummer Bryan Fajardo and guitarists Dorian Rainwater and CC Loessin – have crafted one of the most punishing efforts of their winding discography of wrath. Comments Mclachlan of the offering: "Remnants Of Filth is a brutal, in-depth grind record that I feel represents what this band is all about, from past to present. This is total brutal grindcore at its best with nothing less than the 100% punk-as-fuck attitude to complement what this band is all about!" Sample the sonic devastation that is second track "Contradiction" here: Remnants Of Filth track listing: 01. Assertion To Demean 02. Contradiction 03. Submission Hold 04. Plagued By The System 05. Dementia Having Overdose 06. Got The Fear 07. Infraction Of Pride 08. Resolution 09. Let It Go 10. Deaden To Believe 11. Vengeance Will Be Mine 12. No Sympathy For The Weak 13. Freedom Isn't Free 14. Atrocious Atrocity 15. Filthy Fucking Punks 16. Constrain Relations 17. Resuscitate 18. Inaction Phobia will be devastating stages throughout North America in the coming months. Stay tuned for additional tour announcements. In the meantime, Tempe, Arizona and Austin, Texas residents will get a chance to try their ears at live grinding goodness on the following dates: 4/21 Tempe, AZ @ The Palo Verde 5/19 Miami, FL @ Church H ill's Pub 5/31 Austin, TX @ Red 7 (Chaos In Tejas)
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therearetoomanybands 4/11/2012 12:52:55 PM
Biggest decision a metal band can make these days: do i want Scott Hull or Kurt Ballou to produce the next crappy record?