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Leng Tch'e Post Two New Songs Online

Belgian razorgrind pioneers LENG TCH'E have posted two new songs, 'Confluence of Consumers' and 'Self-Pity as a Daily Routine,' on their MySpace page. The tracks will be featured on the band's upcoming split CD with WARSCARS, due in September via Bones Brigade.

LENG TCH'E entered the studio last month to begin recording the follow-up to their Relapse Records debut, "The Process Of Elimination". The new record has been given the tentative title of "Marasmus" and will be mixed September 18-22 at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström. The CD should be unleashed upon the public in March/April 2007 on Relapse Records. Expect longer songs, more intricate rhythms and lots of more variation than on the previous LENG TCH'E records. Mixing up the roots of the band with a new found mature sound, "Marasmus" will become the band's most varied, catchy and definitely most insane blasting effort.

LENG TCH'E have been confirmed for the renowned Summer Breeze Festival, set to take place August 17-19, 2006 in the Ostalbkreis district in Germany.

Source: Masterful Magazine

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