REPULSIVE VISION release Necrovictology” in August

UK’s cynical realists REPULSIVE VISION are back with a new album, “Necrovictology”, to be released on 21st August by Emanzipation Productions. The album contains 13 tracks of the old-school kick-ass death metal that made the Cumbrian quartet one of the most respected bands of the scene and features guest appearances by LandPhil (Municipal Waste, Iron Reagan) and Max Otero (Mercyless), among others.

“Necrovictology” will be released in CD, LP and digital formats and can be pre-ordered here.

Heavily inspired by the history of controversy, Repulsive Vision is a relentless assault of punk fueled old school death metal in the vein of Carcass, Napalm Death and Benediction. Formed in 2010, this vicious four-piece style is straight to the point and unapologetic, soaked in a punk-like aesthetic, while maintaining the emphasis on extreme metal composition.

After their debut album “Look Past The Gore And See The Art”, released in 2017, the Cumbrian four-piece is now back with its second full-length, “Necrovictology”, released in August on CD, vinyl and digital formats by Emanzipation Productions. Thirteen more tracks of unbridled aggression, once again, composed and compiled by Matt Davidson (guitars), Dan McEwan (vocals), Mark Kirby (bass) and Gary Young (drums), the album builds upon the punk fueled foundations of the debut, progressing their material both sonically and musically, advancing in speed, clarity and technicality.

A vicious 40-minute presentation of old school death metal, featuring special guest performances from Phil “LandPhil” Hall (Municipal Waste/ Iron Reagan), Max Otero (Mercyless), and more. 

Matt Davidson: guitars, vocals
Dan McEwan: vocals
Gary Young: drums
Mark Kirby: bass


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