Pulverised Records has announced the signing of Malaysian death metal deviants LAVATORY. The band is currently working on its full-length debut for a 2013 release.
Spawned in 2012, LAVATORY released a five-song EP entitled "Transgression" earlier this summer, showcasing the band's unwavering penchant for raw, Swede-ian death metal as originally conjured by the likes of ENTOMBED, CARCASS and DISMEMBER.
Notes LAVATORY throat-slasher Muntah Ke Darah of the union with Pulverised: "It's a dream come true for LAVATORY to sign with Pulverised as we are the first Malaysian band offered with this opportunity."
Adds Pulverised Records label manager Roy Yeo: "LAVATORY caught us by complete surprise when we first heard them, and truth be told, there really aren’t many bands in the Southeast Asia region paying tribute to the elder statesmen of Swedish death metal! This sinister alliance between LAVATORY and Pulverised Records will prove to be an interesting yet lethal one indeed. We cannot wait to hear how they will pick up from where they left off with the 'Transgression' EP. Something tells me that a mixture of sick, crushing and rotten death metal is coming our way!"
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