AGAINST THE PLAGUES: New EP Available For Streaming

December 11, 2012

"The Quaternion", the new EP from the Chicago-based multinational extreme act AGAINST THE PLAGUES, which features in its ranks former members of MALEVOLENT CREATION and BEHEMOTH, will be made available digitally on December 21. Physical copies (CDs) will released in special limited-edition packaging in early 2013.

Commented AGAINST THE PLAGUES: "After much thought, we have decided that this EP will be released independently and available directly to you, the fans and supporters. We came to the conclusion (because much of you are widely spread out around the world) that we wanted to give everyone the opportunity to get this material at a fair price without having to make a special order or go through any other difficulties.

"This is the follow-up that our fans have asked for since 'Decoding The Mainframe' was released in 2010. We are confident that this new material will not let you down. Keep in mind that every person that purchases this EP supports us directly!"


* Varyen Chylinski (FOREST OF IMPALED, DAMNATION) - Drums
* Marcin "Novy" Nowak (BEHEMOTH, VADER, ROAD'S END) - Bass
* Orlando Logan "Plague Healer" Perez (ex-VEX, WHORE OF BABYLON) - Vocals

AGAINST THE PLAGUES' debut album, "Decoding The Mainframe", was released in Europe on March 31, 2010 via Vic Records.

AGAINST THE PLAGUES in 2010 parted ways with guitarist Adrian Adamus (FOREST OF IMPALED, CORPHAGY). According to the band, Adrian left AGAINST THE PLAGUES "in order to focus on his personal/family life." Guitar duties in AGAINST THE PLAGUES are now being handled by Marco Martell (MALEVOLENT CREATION, DIVINE EMPIRE, KULT OF AZAZEL),who previously played bass for the group.

"Decoding The Mainframe" contains re-recorded versions of all eight songs from AGAINST THE PLAGUES' self-released CD, "Architecture of Oppression". The tracks were remastered and mixed by Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, AEON, DISSECTION, KATATONIA, MARDUK).

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