Spain's AGGRESSION Reveals Debut Album Title, Cover Artwork

Spanish thrash metal band AGGRESSION has set "MoshPirit" as the title of its debut album, due later in the year via Xtreem Music. The LP will include nine tracks, five of which will be re-recorded versions of songs that appeared on the band's "Thrashing Your Brain" mini-CD.

"MoshPirit" will be recorded at Axtudios in Barcelona, Spain with Mr. Ax, while the mix and mastering will be done by Erik Monsonis. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Psycho-Crime", "New Born War", "Better You Run", "MoshPirit", "Never Surrender" and "Thrash and Kill". The LP artwork (see below) was created by acclaimed North American illustrator Ed Repka, who has previously worked with MEGADETH, DEATH, MUNICIPAL WASTE, VENOM, NUCLEAR ASSAULT and VIO-LENCE, among others.

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