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Plaag Releases New Album "UGH!" As Free Download

Belgian act Plaag, which recently took part in a series of interviews for Metalunderground.com dealing with "unblack" metal, has now released the new album "UGH!" through Misantrof ANTIRecords. “UGH!” was recorded during 2009 and 2010, and was engineered and produced by Plaag founder and front man Somber, with mastering being carried out by Carpathian Forest bassist Daniel Vrangsinn.

“UGH!”, which is described by Somber as a “a piece of pure, get down and have a good time Black ‘n Roll," is available both in CD format, and, in keeping with Misantrof’s policy, is also available for free download in high quality MP3 with complete artwork at this location. The CD version is available directly from the band here.

Misantrof ANTIRecords commented on the band:

"Originally formed as a one man project in 2009 by Somber, who performs vocals and plays all the instruments on the album, Plaag is inspired by early black metal, but with a touch of twisted humour. A live line up featuring Razend on Drums, Triest & Mist on Guitars and Lava on Bass came together in 2010, and will make its live debut during 2011.

"Although 'UGH!' is the first full length release from the band, it is not the first time that PLAAG has appeared on Misantrof, having contributed tracks to the label’s tongue in cheek annual 'Holy Fucking ANTIChristmas' albums in both 2009 and 2010."

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Great music!!!

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