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Winds Of Genocide Signs With Pulverised Records

Pulverised Records is pleased to announce the addition of U.K. based deathcrust extremos, Winds of Genocide. The label commented:

"Spawned in 2006, Winds of Genocide is poised to inflict apocalyptic domination with their offensive d-beat onslaught. A bastardized fusion of Cianide, Amebix, Unleashed and Bolt Thrower, Winds of Genocide are working on their as-yet-titled debut full-length album, which should see the light of day in Armageddon 2012."

Commented Winds of Genocide lung-torturess Kat Shevil of the signing: "We are extremely honored and excited to be signing and working with Pulverised Records for a full-length album and to be joining such a roster that includes such great bands as Bastard Priest, Morbus Chron, Iron Lamb, Impiety, Grave Desecrator, Tyrant, Crucifyre, In Aeturnum, Interment, Tribulation, Desultory, Seance etc. Pulverised Records is a great label run by dedicated people with a great and long history of quality releases to their name. We look forward to unleashing a powerful destructive debut album which will pulverize your ears. Expect nothing less than pure fucking aural armageddon!"

Added Pulverised Records label manager Roy Yeo: "We seemed to have a (dis)taste for scruffed-up and no-holds-barred extreme bands these days, so having WINDS OF GENOCIDE on our roster is definitely the next logical step. WINDS OF GENOCIDE has without a doubt convinced us with their previously released The Arrival Of Apokalyptic Armageddon EP release, and we are very sure that the upcoming full-length effort will prove that WINDS OF GENOCIDE is going to further terrorize everything in sight (and sound, of course). D-beat krusaders, you have been forewarned!"

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