TRISTWOOD: 'Dystopia Et Disturbia' Album Available For Free Download

Austrian sound extremists TRISTWOOD — the side project of Maggo Wenzel (MASTIC SCUM, WATCH ME BLEED, INZEST) — released its new album, "Dystopia et Disturbia", on December 1 via Asiluum Netlabel. Eight songs were recorded, mixed and mastered at Volcano Studio for the effort, which is available for free download at

Commented TRISTWOOD founding member Neru: " After terminating the cooperation with Sound Riot Records, a few labels seemed to be interested in TRISTWOOD, but for many reasons we decided to release this record through Asiluum Netlabel, which means in fact this time, there is no money involved, this record is for free! So check it out!"

"Dystopia et Disturbia" track listing:

01. Dystopia et Disturbia
02. Volcanus
03. Irreversible
04. Terra Incognita
05. The Black Room
06. Chamaelicon Bizarre
07. The New Acid Bath
08. Jythand


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