DISGUST Return To Action With New CD

October 20, 2002

Former Earache and Nuclear Blast recording artists DISGUST have released a new album, entitled "The Horror Of It All", through Crimes Against Humanity Records.

The album, which was recorded and mixed in just 18 hours, shows a "back-to-basics approach in terms of the sound and attitude," according to an official statement. "No fucking around. No big name session players. No big labels wanting a '"polished' production. Just a stripped down, brutal, no-nonsense kick in the teeth. The band have kept the DISCHARGE worship of old, but have added a faster, thrashier element, in tune with legends such as RAW NOISE and DISRUPT."

More information, including sample MP3s, can be found at this location.

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