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Doomsday completes debut album

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 8:26 PM PT
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Official press release:

Chicago-based mob Doomsday have completed their debut album and plan to disburse the filth to the public on the band's own label this Fall, in conjunction with a throng of tour dates across the Midwest and Eastern U.S.

Doomsday's obviously apocalyptic vision has been several years in the making conceptually. An idea birthed between guitarist Jeff Wilson (Wolvhammer, Chrome Waves, ex-Nachtmystium), guitarist/vocalist Jon Necromancer (Bones, ex-Usurper, ex-Nachtmystium) and drummer Zack Simmons (Goatwhore, ex-Nachtmystium), the trio recruited vocalist Zion Meagher (Anti-Human Thesis, ex-Forest Of Impaled, ex-Nachtmystium) and bassist Bob Fouts (The Gates of Slumber, Chrome Waves, Apostle Of Solitude) to round out the lineup.

After months of writing and planning, their individual schedules finally allowed the five members of Doomsday to amalgamate in the studio to create their debut offering. Converging in their hometown the crew hammered out six tracks in six days in December 2011, the brutally direct hymns engineered by Sanford Parker (Nachtmystium, Twilight, Circle of Animals) and Carl Byers (Coffinworm). The result: a twenty-one minute low-end blackened death-crust assault compiled as the outfit's self-titled debut, now set for release on guitarist Jeff Wilson's newly founded Disorder Recordings on November 6th.




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