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Russian symphonic death metal band Festerguts has revealed the cover artwork for the group's upcoming debut album. Check out the "Heritage of Putrescent" artwork below, or view the full size image at this location.
Russian death metal band Festerguts has uploaded a new song titled "Dissolved Bathers," which can be heard in the SoundCloud player below. You can also check out the previously posted "Now I Can Feel You From The Inside" track at this location. The band's upcoming album will featured re-recorded songs, which were previously released on tape format in the 90's.
Russian death metal act Festerguts has returned after a period of non-activity and the band has recorded it's first full-length CD comprised of re-recorded songs which were previously released on tapes in the 90's. Festerguts commented:
"The album comes in a unique Festerguts' way - old school death metal with gloomy keyboards atmosphere. To make the music more monumental the professional soprano female vocalist was involved in recording. The band is still unsigned so the proposals from the labels are appreciated."
The song "Now I Can Feel You From Inside" is available for streaming in the player below.
Reunited Austrian extreme metallers PUNGENT STENCH and DARZAMAT are among the bands confirmed for the fifth edition of the Metal Heads Mission festival, a two-day event set to take place August 7-8 in Eupatoria, Ukraine. The tentative lineup for the festival is as follows:
PUNGENT STENCH (Austria)
DEAD INFECTION (Poland)
MENTAL DEMISE (Ukraine)
FETAL DECAY (Russia)