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In 2019, Destruction played a breathtaking set at Germany’s Partysan Festival.
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With the state of the music industry amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, the band fortunately recorded the set and the time has come to share it with their live album, Born To Thrash.
As a thank-you to their loyal fans, the band have launched an interactive map where they can sign in and mark the location of their first ever Destruction concert. The fans who participate will be mentioned by name on a poster that comes with physical copies of the album when sold.
“We had the very spontaneous idea to do a live album in these difficult times, where the fans and us bands are longing for concerts. This might help us a bit to keep the spirit, bring us some joy and great memories back.”
“This is also the first live record of Destruction as a four piece since the legendary Live Without Sense album. The current lineup is the strongest we ever had—and of course, this shows best on a live stage! We have kept it raw and authentic and hope our fans will enjoy this atmospheric highlight of our last concert season as much as we did while thrashing on stage!”
Fans who want to participate in the interactive map will have to get in before 24th April. Born To Thrash will be available to stream digitally on 8th May, and the limited edition vinyl and CDs will be available 17th July.