We are proud to unleash our sophomore album, "Nature of War."
The album highlights a transition to 4-piece, 8 new tracks, art by Matt Slime, mixing and mastered by Joel Grind, recording by Greg Klaiber, and has been released via Lost Apparitions Records.
Pick your copy up today from our Bandcamp!
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Check out Nuclear Dismemberment over at No Clean Singing!
Check out No Man's Land at Toilet ov Hell!
Some reviews coming in as well for the album, killer words by The Killchain and Wonderbox Metal.
We've also got Tourdates announced with our brothers in Dire Hatred! Check out that page for more details. Of course, venue and show details can all be found on Facebook as well.
We're proud to announce our upcoming new album!
This album will be the first to feature our new lineup which places Aaron Schmidt on lead guitar, Joseph Bursey on lead guitar, and newcomers Josh Bleeks on drums and Will Saenz on bass. Though new, these dudes did an incredible job in contributing and helping carve out this new record. The album features eight new tracks and loosely explores the terrible nature of World War 1, along with several other fun themes. The album was recorded by Greg Klaiber of Caveman Studios in Durham and will once again be mixed and mastered by Joel Grind.
Now the art reveal! Matt Slime did an amazing job with the cover art and we highly recommend his work. The scene is that of starved wolves which raided the trenches during the winter combat between the Germans and Russians in 1916. The wolves formed a super pack, and the combatants had to call a ceasefire in order to fight the wolves. With that, we introduce you to the cover of "Nature of War."
Nature of War will be available early next year via Lost Apparitions Records.
1. Violent Enlightenment
3. No Man's Land
4. Dreaded Bastards
6. Nature of War
8. Nuclear Dismemberment
We're stoked to be included in this month's issue of Decibel Magazine! SF is featured in the "Throw Me a Frickin' Bone" section. This months column features albums being compared to production automobiles. Can you guess what vehicle 'Bedlam' ranked as? It might have been Top Gear's hyper car of 2010..
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