Embalmer Begins Work On New Album, "The Apocalyptic Bloodshower"
Cleveland, Ohio's death grinders EMBALMER are currently writing material for their next full length album, to be entitled "The Apocalyptic Bloodshower" (label tba). According to the band, "the new material is spewing out sicker than ever, and sounding way more intense and brutal than any of the previous stuff." The album is announced as being a return to the classic elements of their "Rotting Remains" and "There Was Blood Everywhere" releases of the '90s, "but with faster, face peeling grinds, a heavier overall sound / production, and all the trademark brutal and tortured vocals the band was known for in the '90s." EMBALMER have just released a brand new "2009 Promo II" that will be shopped to labels, and also be available for free through the band's MySpace page. The material originally appeared on their first 2009 promo, but it got completely re-mixed / mastered with brand new vocals and other improvements. These tracks will also appear on a split 7" EP with Regurgitation (OH), to be released by Goatgrind Records later this year. The EPs will be limited to 350 hand-numbered copies on green vinyl.
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