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Nequiter Finishing Work On Upcoming EP

Bozeman, Montana based dark metallers Nequiter have recently finished tracking their debut EP at the Music Tech Center with engineer/producer David Hearst (Scattershock).

They are currently in the process of mixing the effort, which will be mastered at Earth in Sound Studios by Jason Walton (Agalloch, Sol Invictus) for a late summer/early fall 2013 release. Expect pure chaos. The following press release was also issued about the band:

"Drawing influences from many sub-genres of metal, Nequiter was conceived in the autumn of 2009 and have been very busy ever since. They shied away from the excessive gigging that never seems to make and mostly breaks many local acts from the area, to take the time to craft some of the most abrasive, heavy and fast, yet beautiful, soft and melodic sounds Big Sky Country has ever heard.

"Strangely nothing else is really known of this sonic entity with the member's identities being unknown.

"Nequiter's dark metal sound can be described as being both as relentless as it is enrapturing, featuring blistering drums, demonic bass, chainsaw-ripping guitars with layers of extreme vocal melodies all concealed in a thick fog of sound. When seen, often they are surrounded by obscure images of the occult, with a macabre stage show not for the faint of heart."

Nequiter is currently gearing up for the band's next scheduled performance, Friday April 5th, as direct support for Montana experimental noise mastermind Zebulon Kosted's CD release party for "The Corrupt Dictator Mobutu Sese Seko." The show takes place at the Missoula Hellgate Elks Lodge 383 in Missoula, Montana at 9PM. Also appearing on the bill will be Shramana and False Teeth. Full details are available here.

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