Destruktor Finishes Work On New Album "Opprobrium"
Australian black/death act Destruktor has completed work on second album, "Opprobrium." Set to be released by Hells Headbangers later this summer, Destruktor's "Opprobrium" follows five years after the band's debut album, "Nailed."
Destruktor's vocalist/guitarist Glenn Destruktor simply states, "It thrashes, deaths, blacks, and even dooms..."
Once again recorded at 3 Phase studios in Melbourne with Sam Johnstone, "Opprobrium" features the lineup of Glenn Destruktor, drummer Jahred, and Brad Ollis on bass. A statement from Glenn Destruktor further reads:
"Finally, after many hours in the Destruktor dungeon, we return to unleash Opprobrium, our sophomore full-length. Seven blasphemous hymns have been conjured, and we are ready to desecrate the underground once again! Nailed set the standard - Opprobrium raises the bar! With Opprobrium, we show that we are not scared to try new ideas, but will never mistake creativity for wimping out! Half the album sounds like we could have written it 15 years ago; the other half keeps it interesting, adds darkness, ups the intensity, and kicks your head in even harder!"
A split 7" with Throneum will also be released shortly by Hells Headbangers, which will serve as a teaser for "Opprobrium," and will feature a promo recording of "Besieged," one of the seven songs set for release on Opprobrium.
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