MONSTROSITY: New Rehearsal Footage Posted Online

July 28, 2012

Video footage of Florida death metal veterans MONSTROSITY rehearsing on July 12 for their recent appearance at the Central Illinois Metalfest can be seen below.


Mike Hrubovcak: Vocals
Lee Harrison: Drums
Mark English: Guitars
Matt Barnes: Guitars
Mike Poggione: Bass

Conquest Music released MONSTROSITY's "Live Apocalypse" DVD in March. The specially priced DVD contains the band's explosive set filmed at the legendary Brutal Assault festival in Josefov Czech Republic. Also included are interview segments, live clips from South America, rehearsal footage, and the making of the "Spiritual Apocalypse" recording.

Celebrating 20 years of existence, MONSTROSITY has had several well-known death metal luminaries through its ranks, including most notably original vocalist and frontman George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher, currently in CANNIBAL CORPSE. The band has soldiered on and is still creating the madness that fans have loved since their debut album, "Imperial Doom" (1992). MONSTROSITY has created timeless classics, one after another, including "Millennium" (1996),"In Dark Purity" (1999),"Rise To Power" (2003),and culminating in their finest work yet on the 2007 release "Spiritual Apocalypse". The band has cemented a solid reputation on the international touring scene, having played in places like Guatemala, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico, as well as numerous tours of the U.S. and Europe.

MONSTROSITY is currently writing and rehearsing new material in Tampa for its next studio album, tentatively due in 2013. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Kingdom Of Fire", "Radiated", "Cosmic Pandemia" and "Solar Vacuum".

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