DESTRUCTOR Continue Writing For New Album

DESTRUCTOR, Cleveland, Ohio's legendary power/thrash band, are hard at work writing and demoing new material for the follow-up to their very successful "Sonic Bullet" EP, released on Auburn Records earlier this year. New songs include "Skull Splitter", "Unleashed", "Immortal Metal", "Unearth The Earth", "We Are Ready", "Damage Control" and a reworked version of "Smash Your Skulls With Power". More songs are in the development stages and will be completed soon. "We want to put a little old DESTRUCTOR flavor in on the new session," says lead singer/guitarist Dave Overkill. "Most of the songs are upbeat and fast. We want this follow-up to KILL!" The band will be entering 609 Recording Studio in Cleveland with engineer Don Depew (BREAKER) early next year to begin recording.


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