Switzerland’s EXCRUCIATION Release Twenty Four Hours Digital EP; Limited Free Download Available

Swiss cult death/doom combo, Excruciation, have released their Twenty Four Hours EP, available now via all digital stores. A free download is available for 24 hours at this location.

The 3-track EP includes a Joy Division cover, and two unreleased songs.


“Twenty Four Hours” (Joy Division cover)
‘Olympus Mons”
“Borderline” (extended)

After fast and furious seven years from 1984 to 1991 their sheer aggression forced Excruciation to take a rest. In 2005 all original members rejoined forces unleashing doom, death and mayhem again on stage. Re-energized and re-inspired by their sudatory live performances, Excruciation focused on the first full length album ever, Angels To Some, Demons To Others, released in early 2007. It was followed by [t]horns in 2009 and in doing so re-established the bands status once again.

2012 saw the re-release of Excruciation’s early works Last Judgement and First Assault on vinyl by the Italian cult label F.O.A.D. Records and a live recording from 1987 being released on tape by The Ritual Productions from the Netherlands, who also released [t]horns on vinyl in 2013.

Following in 2014 the new record [g]host crawled up the spine, critically well acclaimed and gaining several rewards as “Album Of The Month”.  Next step deeper into darkness will be the album [c]rust to be released by WormholeDeath Records in collaboration with the bands own label Auric Records. On [c]rust, Excruciation will forge their versatile influences ranging from 80s dark wave and crustcore to old school black, death and doom metal into a new piece of extreme metal.

(Photo – Eisa.ch)

Fonte: Bravewords.com