THE PLASMARIFLE: New Album Delayed

Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based metallers THE PLASMARIFLE have pushed back the release date of their new album, "While You Were Sleeping the World Changed in an Instant", to October 14 from the previously announced September 30 (via Siege of Amida/Ferret Music). According to the band, the delay was caused by the group's decision to remix the CD after the original mix was deemed unsatisfactory.

THE PLASMARIFLE recently posted a trailer (see below) for "While You Were Sleeping the World Changed in an Instant". The CD was recorded by Bart Frydrychowicz (NECRONOMICON, DECADAWN) at studio 40 West and was mastered by former DESPISED ICON guitarist Yannick St-Amand (DESPISED ICON, NEFASTUS DIES, CAMILLA RHODES, VORTEX) at Northern Studio. The artwork was created by Colin Marks (WHITECHAPEL, THE RED DEATH).

THE PLASMARIFLE will perform live at The Medley in Montreal, Quebec on Saturday, September 6 with QUO VADIS, DESPISED ICON and BLINDED BY FAITH.

According to a press release, THE PLASMARIFLE "is the next generation in the grand tradition of Montreal metal bands like VOIVOD, GORGUTS, CRYPTOPSY and KATAKLYSM who merge a high level of technical skill with creative exploration. It's punishing music that should appeal to fans of being hit by 18-wheelers, eating broken glass, and having their dick slammed in a door."


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