Infected Society Inks Deal With Kaotoxin Records For Release Of Debut MCD
Band Photo: Infected Society (?)
Frech act Infected Society has officially inked a new deal with Kaotoxin Records for the release of an as-yet-untitled debut MCD in early May. Metalunderground.com will be streaming a new track from the release titled "Victims of Procreation" online tomorrow. Kaotoxin commented on the band's history:
"After having played together in various extreme bands for over a decade, Fack (ex-Yyrkoon, ex-Drowning, ex-Decline Of Humanity, ex-Burgul Torkhaïn, ex-Ashura...) and Brédin (Decline Of Humanity, ex-DSK, ex-Tridus Elasticus, ex-Altered Beast...) decided to form a more extreme project of their own late 2010. Infected Society was born.
"Focusing on a very fresh blend of old-school Napalm Death, scum era, meets modern grindcore, Infected Society has recorded what can be felt at the first listen as being a totally straight-ahead grindcore debut MCD but which, for the lover of the genre, will prove being more diverse, fresh and catchy than most of all the copycats releases of an over-populated scene nowadays, adding fastcore, hardcore and thrash influences to their blasting madness.
"Mastered at the famous Walnut Groove studio ran by ex-Carnival In Coal member, Alex, the, as of now yet untitled, debut MCD, first release of the multi-album deal signed with KAOTOXIN records, will be released early May through KAOTOXIN records to coincide with a set of gigs Infected Society is to play with ex-Drowning members and friends: France's dark doom masters Eibon."
Infected Society is:
- Fabien Desgardins (Fack): Guitars
- Frédéric Desseaux (Brédin) : Vocals
Session live members are:
- Nicolas Minier (Nicklaus): Drums (Decline Of Humanity, Maladaptive, Altered Beast, Karnivorace...)
- Christopher Lorent (Kris): Bass (ex-Yyrkoon, Burgul Torkhaïn, ex-Tridus Elasticus...)
For more on Infected Society, check out the band's Facebook profile.
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