Usurpress - Trenches Of The Netherworld - CD

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After the MCD on Selfmadegod Records, and the split EPs with Pyramido (Plague Island) and Bombs of Hades (Doomentia) here's the first full-length for Usurpress, a new kick-ass band from Uppsala (SWE) featuring "old" starring of the punk/metal scene: Stefan “Steffe” Pettersson (DISKONTO, UNCURBED) and Daniel Ekeroth - bass player from TYRANT, DELLAMORTE and also author of the book “Swedish Death Metal”.

11 crushing songs of Swedish death metal mixed with some d-beat/crust punk influences.

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