INSECT: New Song Posted Online

September 20, 2007

Montreal metallers INSECT have posted their new single, "Oblique", from their forthcoming CD "Domesticated by (the) Disease" on their MySpace page. The album was engineered and mixed by French producer JB and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side in New York. It will be released on Caustic Rhythms (a division of Prodisk) and distributed across Canada by Fusion3 on October 23, as well as the USA (Manic, The End, Very) and Europe (PHD). According to a press release, "the music of INSECT will surely challenge all purists and will be a real treat for metal fans looking for refreshing alternatives."

INSECT will tour Ontario with PROFUGUS MORTIS starting on October 25. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Oct. 25 - Belleville, ON - The Frontline
Oct. 26 - Barrie, ON - The Foundation Nightclub
Oct. 27 - Sudbury, ON - Alder Hall
Oct. 28 - Brantford, ON - Bottoms Up
Oct. 29 - Hamilton, ON - Casbah Lounge
Oct. 30 - Windsor, ON - Scores
Oct. 31 - London, ON - The Embassy Hotel
Nov. 01 - St. Catharines, ON - L3
Nov. 02 - Toronto, ON - The Metal Bar (Tr00 North Festival)
Nov. 03 - Kitchener, ON - The Gig Theater (Kitchener Metalfest)

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