NewsDecember 6, 2012 4:49 PM ET2,428 views

Southern Lord to release new Kromosom album

Official press release: Boasting an entirely unhinged, filthy auditory assault, Melbourne-based ragers Kromosom have hooked up with Southern Lord Recordings for the band's first CD release, Live Forever. Born in the smoldering wake of now defunct Australian crust acts Schifosi and Pisschrist, and featuring current members of Leprosy, Bloody Hammer and fellow Southern Lord mercenaries Nuclear Death Terror, Kromosom have kicked a massive dent into the international crust/punk/hardcore circuit working under the band doctrine: "Noisier, nastier, rawer." Through several vinyl-only indie releases and steady waves of international touring since their 2010 inception the band caught the attention of Southern Lord who now confirms the first CD release in Kromosom's discography with Live Forever. The bruising fifteen-track assault captures all of the band's material previously only available on vinyl, including their self-titled 12", tracks from the Hardcore Pollution split 7" with Isterismo, and the Paranoid 7," all mastered for maximum pandemonium by Jack Control (World Burns to Death, Severed Head of State). If this doesn't get you raging it's time to hang up your boots and join the rest of the sheep. Live Forever will hit the streets of North America on January 22nd, 2013, amidst steady, ongoing bursts of live actions through the rest of the year, as Kromosom are already confirmed to invade the continent once again this Spring for Maryland Deathfest, Chaos in Tejas and more. Live Forever track listing: 01. DBH 02. Bred To Lose 03. Shapeshifter 04. Paranoid 05. Fallout 06. Are You Free? 07. Chaos Night 08. Systematic Death 09. Living Dead 10. Live Forever 11. Hysteria 12. Swine Control 13. Wasted Life 14. Force Fed Lies 15. Sentenced To Life



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