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Iniquitous Savagery

From: United Kingdom
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Iniquitous Savagery Releasing New Album

Grindethic Records has announced the September 22 release for "Subversions of the Psyche," the new full-length from Scottish brutal death unit Iniquitous Savagery.

Three years removed from the release of the "Compelled by Perverse Immorality" EP, Iniquitous Savagery returns with eight tracks of ultra-violent and tech-laden brutality. The track listing will be as follows:

1. Prey to the Agonies of Morbid Apprehension
2. Transient States of Metaphysical
3. Cognitive Dissonance
4. Sadistic
5. Subversions of the Psyche
6. Propagating a Pestiferous Enmity
7. Prognosis of Terminal Parasitic Degradation Facilitating the Process for Utter Decomposition
8. Subjugated Into Pathological Servility More...

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Iniquitous Savagery To Record New Album

Iniquitous Savagery released the debut MCD "Compelled By Perverse Immorality" via Grindethic in 2012.

Now the death metal band plans to head to Sound Lodge Studios in Germany in October to work with producer Jörg Uken (Defeated Sanity, Cerebral Effusion, Sinister) on a follow-up release.

Further details are forthcoming, and in the meantime, check out the new promo single "Propagating a Pestiferous Enmity" below.

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Iniquitous Savagery Signs With Grindthetic

Scottish death metal newcomers, Iniquitous Savagery, have signed to Grindethic Records for the release of their debut mcd "Compelled By Perverse Immorality."

According to Grindthetic Records, the release features 3 tracks of guttural brutal death metal for fans of Inherit Disease, Guttural Secrete, and Human Mincer. Check out a preview track from the release in the player below.


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