Thrash ’til death

We have finished the recordings of our new 5-track MLP (old school description).

The recording is currently being mixed and mastered at Sellnoise Studios by Jonas Arnberg for a fall 2021 release through Agonia Records. Formats, editions, artwork, title, tracklisting and everything else to be revealed soon.

We are thrilled to present you our new material, a fine combination of early 90’s death metal and mid 80’s (German) thrash!

(photo credit Susan Wicher)

Canceled summer tour and new material

Due to the current situation and uncertain future we have decided to cancel our summer tour scheduled for July 2021, including the announced festival shows.

We are very sorry for this and it wasn’t any easy decision, but as things are right now and the uncertainty which holds back all planning, bookings etc. we didn’t really see any other option.

The positive thing is that we can now fully concentrate on new material and the upcoming recording which will take place during the summer.

Further news to follow!

Blood on My Skin lyric video

An official lyric video for “Blood on My Skin” has been released. Check it out here.

The track is taken from the re-mastered version of our classic debut, “Subconscious Lobotomy” (1992).

A South American version of the album – as a limited slipcase CD – coming in April 2021 through Old Shadows Records. More formats and territories TBA.

Recorded and mixed in July 1992 at Sunlight Studios, Stockholm, with Tomas Skogsberg and Fred Estby.
Re-mastered by Noah C Buchanan at Mercinary Studios, Avon (OH) USA.

Artwork by Chris “Thorncross” Moyen.
Lyric video by W Designer.

Subconscious Lobotomy CD re-release in April

Our classic debut full-length will be re-released for the South American market via Old Shadows Records.

The album – recorded in July 1992 at Sunlight Studios in Stockholm with Tomas Skogsberg and Fred Estby behind the knobs – has been re-mastered by Noah C Buchanan at Mercinary Studios (Avon OH, USA) and features new linked-to-the-original art by Chris “Thorncross” Moyen.

More news to follow.