US Government Delays Lethal Aggression's New Album
New Jersey thrashcore band, Lethal Aggression, has delayed their new full length album, "Ad Nauseum," which is their first album in 20 years. The album was scheduled for release today, January 20th, to coincide with the Inauguration of the new president. The United States Government didn't take kindly to the portrayal of the Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke's head on a stake, which is featured on the cover. Their record label, Horror Pain Gore Death Productions, has cleared up the issues and the album will be printed with the controversial cover. As a result, the album is re-scheduled for a release on February 3rd.
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