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Norway’s death metal conglomerate Insidious Disease have joined Nuclear Blast Records and are about to release their highly anticipated second LP After Death.
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The band features a stacked lineup of current and former members of Dimmu Borgir, Morgoth, Nile, Susperia and Napalm Death.
The band have released a brand-new track titled Enforcers Of The Plague, but the release of the album has been put on hold due to the worldwide pandemic.
Guitarist Silenoz says on the matter, “due to some obvious recent events, we’re a bit behind schedule on the new Insidious Disease album.”
“But here’s a taste of matured, chunky flesh for you to sink your teeth into! What could go better with the current times than a cut like Enforcers of The Plague?! Furthermore, we’re very proud to announce our new home with Nuclear Blast Records and while we await the album release date to be announced in the near future, make sure to check in on our anti-social platforms to stay up to date on more incoming news! We will resume with further brutality when this virus shit is dealt with!”
It’s not supposed to be re-inventing the wheel or anything, it’s just about finding a good groove that we feel comfortable with,” explains Silenoz.
Additional details of the album will be released in the coming months, but for now Enforcers Of The Plague is available worldwide.