ASPHYX, DEVOURMENT, GENERAL SURGERY Confirmed For Next Year's DEATH FEAST OPEN AIR
ASPHYX (Netherlands), DEVOURMENT (USA) and GENERAL SURGERY (Sweden) are the first three confirmed bands for next year's edition of the Death Feast Open Air festival, set to take place June 11-13, 2009 in Hünxe, Germany.
ASPHYX — the reformed Dutch death metal band featuring Martin van Drunen (vocals), Wannes Gubbels (bass/vocals), Paul Baayens (guitar) and Bob Bagchus (drums) — recently announced plans to release a new seven-inch EP, "Death the Brutal Way", via Iron Pegasus Records. The single was to include the brand new title track plus a cover of CELTIC FROST's "Os Abysmi Vel Daath" from the Swiss legends' "Monotheist" album. Both cuts were recorded in January 2008 at the Harrow studios.
You can listen to "Death the Brutal Way" on the group's MySpace page.
Fan-filmed video footage of ASPHYX performing at the Arnhem Metal Meeting festival on December 1, 2007 in Arnhem, Holland can be viewed below (courtesy of "letthemetalflow").
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