NETTLETHRONE: 'Dissonant Progression' Out Now

Turkish death metal band NETTLETHRONE has released its debut album, "Dissonant Progression", on Ghostwall Records.

The band gained significant attention with the release of its demo, "Blueprint", in 2004 and shared the stage with acts like VADER, MACHINEMADE GOD, SICK TERROR, SUICIDE, CENOTAPH, PENTAGRAM (a.k.a. MEZARKABUL), SELF TORTURE, DREAMTONE and many others.

"Dissonant Progression" features guest appearances by renowned names of Turkish extreme metal scene, Erkan Tatoglu (SUICIDE) and Mehmet Stevenson (SELF TORTURE).

The CD's artwork was created by Justin Bartlett (GORGOROTH, SUNN0))), AURA NOIR, CADAVER, INTRONAUT, TRAP THEM).

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