Rottenness Signs With Gore House Productions
Gore House Productions is proud to announce the signing of Mexican brutal grinding legion, Rottenness, and issued this statement about the band:
"Since its inception in 1994, the Yucatán based beast has made a mark onto the fast growing death metal scene. Rottenness has not only become one of Mexico's most active extreme acts, but has also without a doubt influenced many more to come. While the band has gone through various line up changes, Rottenness as been able to stand among various death metal giants and has performed on many stages including Maryland Deathfest, Los Angeles Murderfest, Obscene Extreme Fest, and more."
Guitarist and founding member Jaleel Castillo comments: "This is excellent news!! We are so excited to announce that we will be part of one of the amazing metal family community - Rottenness is part now of Gore House Productions! This will be a perfect collaboration from both camps, We are very happy to be part of one of the greatest underground labels. You can expect our new material very soon! It´s an honor to start this year under the ranks of Gore House Production and we want to thank them for the patience and support!! Get ready for this 2017 - Stay sick and brutal!!!"
Rottenness will release a third full-length album in late 2017 via Gore House Productions with details to be revealed in the coming months. Catch the band live on these dates:
February 2 - Merida, Yucatán (MX)
May 19-21 - Alt St. Johann, Switzerland (Rock The Hell Fest)
July 1 - Wermelskirchen, Germany
July 5-9 - Trutnov, Czech Republic (Obscene Extreme Fest)
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