CORRUPT MORAL ALTAR: UK Tour Approaching; Dec Shows Announced; Debut Album Finished & Free Download Of Whiskey Sierra 7″
30th October 2013
Further to the initial announcement regarding CORRUPT MORAL ALTAR‘s upcoming November tour dates in support of their latest 7″Whiskey Sierra which is out now via Dead Chemists Records, and today more exciting news from CMA HQ is revealed…
Firstly their debut album is finished! It won’t surface until 2014 but it is in the final stages of preparation. Furthermore, some December shows with Evisorax can today be announced and, what’s more, the Whiskey Sierra 7″ is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD from their bandcamp page HERE.
NOVEMBER TOUR DATES
13/11/2013 Pomfret Arms Northampton England *VENUE CHANGE*
14/11/2013 The Black Bull Gateshead England
15/11/2013 Audio Glasgow Scotland
16/11/2013 Packhorse Leeds England
17/11/2013 Old Blue Last London England
DECEMBER TOUR DATES WITH EVISORAX
04/12/2013 Alma, Bolton, England
05/12/2013 Mad Ferret, Preston, England
06/12/2013 Minsters Bar, Stoke, England
The acclaimed Whiskey Sierra sits proudly in the band’s growing catalogue, alongside their initial demo, Needle Drugs and recent EP Luciferian Deathcult. On this 7″, the unforgiving unit bear two brand new tracks and two remastered demos – which are some of the heaviest, nastiest and most extreme sounds to emerge yet – raising much anticipation for the full length that is rumoured to be coming next year.
In a short space of time, CORRUPT MORAL ALTAR have become a tighter, more coherent unit and more dynamic – hardly surprising given their credentials and dedication. Chris Reese’ vocal assault barks, shrieks and shreds, always convincingly. Adam Clarkson dishes up sludgy and at times, groove-laden basslines that fuse with Tom Dring’s ridiculously fast blastbeats and complex drum patterns. John Cooke (Venomous Concept and formerly of Malevolent Creation) shifts, like tectonic plates from doom, grindcore, sludge and at times death metal riffing to complete their unrelenting aural battering.
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Published on 30th October 2013 at 3:57 pm and has the following tags: