Swedish goregrind legends GENERAL SURGERY will release a brand new seven-inch EP entitled "Like An Ever Flying Limb" this fall via Relapse Records. The limited-edition EP, which contains five new tracks of the band's gut-splattering gore, was recorded in October 2011 at Audiogrind Studio in the band's hometown of Stockholm. An official release date will be announced shortly.

Commented GENERAL SURGERY's Dr. Carlsson: "These five splatter-dripping tunes are designed to deeply disturb all mere mortals, be it the poor departed in the bowels of the morgue or some unfortunate soul catching us playing live during the festival season.Please hold on to life and limb."

In other news, GENERAL SURGERY has announced a string of festival appearances plus rare U.K. club shows, including Czech Republic's Brutal Assault, Germany's Party.San Open Air and Denmark's Kill-Town Deathfest.

Earlier this year saw the release of "A Collection of Depravation", a compilation of 30 GENERAL SURGERY choice cuts digitally remastered by PIG DESTROYER's Scott Hull.

GENERAL SURGERY plans to enter the studio in the new future to record its long-awaited third full-length album.


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