EUGENIC DEATH Signs With HEAVEN AND HELL RECORDS

North Carolina thrashers EUGENIC DEATH have inked a deal with Heaven And Hell Records. The band is currently in the studio recording its debut album, "Crimes Against Humanity", for a summer release.

EUGENIC DEATH is an "uncompromising old-school thrash band" featuring Jonathan McCanless (guitar), Keith Davis (vocals), Shane Lucas (bass), and Ian Pasquini (drums). The group's 2011 demo, "The Devil Waits", has spread through the underground rapidly and now time has come to unleash them to the rest of the world. With a sound akin to ONSLAUGHT, DEMOLITION HAMMER and the Bay Area scene, EUGENIC DEATH stays true to its roots with determination to make it faster and more aggressive. The goal of this band is to attack your senses with unrelenting force.

"Crimes Against Humanity" track listing:

01. Crimes Against Humanity
02. Indicative Deity
03. Medication Time
04. The Devil Waits
05. Plagued by Ignorance
06. Epitaph
07. The Practice

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