ZOMBIE INC., the new Austrian/German death metal band featuring current and former members of BELPHEGOR, PUNGENT STENCH, FLESHCRAWL and LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE, has inked a deal with Massacre Records. The group's debut album, "A Dreadful Decease", will be released on August 26.

In the summer of 2009, Wolfgang Rothbauer and Gerald Huber had an idea to form a unique project with the "coolest" musicians they find. Seeing as both of them grew up on '90s death metal, the musical direction of the new project quickly became clear. However, even though ZOMBIE INC.'s sound is rooted in '90s death metal, it also has modern influences.


* Wolfgang Rothbauer (IN SLUMBER) - Guitar
* Gerald Huber (COLLAPSE7) - Guitar
* Tomasz "Nefastus" Janiszewski (BELPHEGOR, FLESHCRAWL, DEBAUCHERY) - Drums
* Martin Schirenc (HOLLENTHON, ex-PUNGENT STENCH) - Vocals

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/zombieinc666.


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