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INSIDIOUS DISEASE – sign to Century Media

May 6, 2010 by  

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INSIDIOUS DISEASE – sign to Century Media

Century Media Records are proud to welcome death metal outfit INSIDIOUS DISEASE to its worldwide family!

INSIDIOUS DISEASE was formed in late 2004 by Silenoz (Dimmu Borgir) and Jardar (Old Man’s Child) with drummer extraordinaire Tony Laureano (Angelcorpse, Nile) and Shane Embury (Napalm Death, Brujeria, Lock Up) as pounding pulse and rhythm section. With vocalist Marc Grewe – of former German death metal cult act Morgoth, which were one of the earliest bands signed to Century Media – joining the fold you can expect nothing but pure, unrelenting old school death metal carnage!

After already successfully playing the prestigious Wacken Open Air in 2009 as an unsigned band, it is now time to unleash the band’s debut album “Shadowcast”. Silenoz comments:

“We’re proud, relieved and very happy to announce that Insidious Disease is joining the Century Media family! The excitement of finally sharing the debut album with you and knowing we’ll meet you on the road is something we have a hard time hiding right now – we can’t wait!”

If you ask INSIDIOUS DISEASE about their definition of death metal they would probably answer that it should satisfy your urge for darkness, the morbid and the sick, the perverted and the twisted, all things insane that can be discovered within the human mind and soul manifesting in a sound that makes you vomit your guts out!

“Shadowcast”, the band’s Century Media debut, is a blood-soaked proof that the quintet successfully accomplished this mission and created one of the genre’s biggest positive surprises in 2010!

Check out a couple of advance tracks at the band’s official MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/insidiousdisease






 

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