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Friday, September 11, 2015

Entire Circle Of Molesters by Grime playing at Terrorizer Magazine

Circle Of Molesters, the second LP by Italian sludge mongrels Grime, has just been released as the maiden title from Argento Records, and the low-end scourge of the album can now be experienced in its entirety to the deserving human plague courtesy of Terrorizer Magazine.

Enlisting the recording and mixing work of sound engineer Lorenzo Stecconi (Ufomammut, Amen Ra, Zu) and mastering duties of Brad Boatright (Sleep, Corrosion Of Conformity, Nails) at Audiosiege, Grime's most sincerely grueling work is captured in perfect disharmony on the follow-up to the band's 2013-released debut LP, Deteriorate, the grotesque wrap-around cover artwork and layout of Circle Of Molesters aptly handled by Jason Barnett / Cursed Death.

Grime's thunderous new album is now out to fuck your day up courtesy of Terrorizer Magazine who is streaming the putrid slab of wax here.

Grime's Circle Of Molesters is the first release from Amsterdam-based Argento Records -- the label founded by Michael Bertoldini of Italian blackened hardcore outfit, The Secret, and Clio Leeuwenburgh of Headspin Records. The album is now available on 180-gram LP -- 200 on black, 150 on red, and 150 on clear/smoke -- in a full-color gatefold with lyric insert. Pick it up in Europe here and the rest of the planet here or through most digital outlets.


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