MUMAKIL: Another New Song Posted Online

Swiss grindcore outfit MUMAKIL has posted another brand new track, "Without Grief", on the band's MySpace page. The song comes off the group's forthcoming album, "Behold The Failure", which is due on March 31 in North America (April 6 internationally) via Relapse Records.

The follow-up to MUMAKIL's debut full-length, "Customized Warfare", "Behold The Failure" was recorded in the band's hometown of Geneva. Drummer Sebastien Schacher previously described the new material as "even more brutal, faster, and 'punkier' than our first CD, 'Customized Warfare'. There will be less 'groovy-brutal-death' parts but more dark and crusty riffs supported by fast blast-beat attacks. We rather chose to propose the punk and brutal side of our music." Other songtitles set to appear on the 27-song effort include "Doomed", "Black Sheep", "Wish You The Worst", "Mass Murder Institution" and "Pigs On Fire".


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