November 2, 2009

Pulverised Records has announced the signing of Hungarian thrashers MORBID CARNAGE. The bandrecently completed work on its full-length debut, "Night Assassins", for an early 2010 release. The CD will contain "seven tracks of raw, intense and catchy thrash metal in the worship of the '80s golden years," according to a press release.

Pulverised Records A&R Manager Calvin states: "MORBID CARNAGE definitely know their thrash metal; all the necessary ingredients to make a good old-fashion thrash song work effectively and the overall vibe on 'Night Assassins' is just totally immense. This is a straight-forward, no-holds-barred pure onslaught of retro-thrash at its finest!"

Comments MORBID CARNAGE bass player Janos Horvath (a.k.a. Necrofaust): "It is our honor to be signed to Pulverised Records as the label has really some great bands and most importantly, a very positive attitude. We are sure that Pulverised Records will spread our first full-length album (recorded in the summer of this year) to the old-school souls of ripping thrash metal maniacs around the world!"

Two brand new songs — "Warlust" and "Night Assassins" — are available for streaming on MORBID CARNAGE's MySpace page.


Blasphemy - Vocals / Drums
Churchburner - Guitar
Diguster - Guitar
Necrofaust - Bass

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