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Masachist Recording Debut Album

Guitarist Thrufel (AZARATH, YATTERING) has issued the following update regarding his MASACHIST project, also featuring Daray (drummer of VADER, VESANIA and NEOLITHIC):

"We are currently recording our debut album 'Death March Fury' at Progresja studio in Warsaw [Poland]. So far we have recorded the drum and guitar parts. As for the drums, I have to say that Daray totaly outdid himself this time. Absolute fury, violence and bone breaking! In his own words, he has never before recorded such insane drum lines, and I must add that this album will once again prove that he truly deserves to wear that black belt of extreme drumming!!! I have played with many amazing drummers, including Zombek (YATTERING), Inferno and recently Adam from LOST SOUL (awesome death metal band), but fuck! Right now Daray is simply the best! Non-believers will soon be proven wrong"

"As for the music itself, well...I`m extremely satisfied, ha ha! Never in my life have I written such brutal riffs! There is speed, there is power, but also a totally heavy groove! I can`t wait for it to come out! It is still not certain which label we will be working with, but as soon as we figure it out, we will let you know! For now you will get a studio teaser, with others to follow."

MASACHIST previously recorded a two-song promo featuring the tracks "Malicious Cleansing" and "Open the Wounds". Joining Thrufel and Daray during the sessions were Heinrich (VESANIA, ROOTWATER) and Aro (SHADOWS LAND). The man behind the lyrics is Brezniev, a talented lyricist who previously worked on YATTERING's "Murder's Concept" and "Genocide" albums.

Source: Blabbermouth

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