Emanzipation Productions signs CREEPING FLESH

It’s with immense pleasure that Emanzipation Productions put Swedish old-school death metallers CREEPING FLESH into our frame. The band blew every extreme metal fan away with the debut album “Into The Meat Grinder” and now, together with EMZ, the plan is to go further, faster and darker. 

A new, second album is being composed now and should be released i 2021.

Guitar player William Persson Öberg states about the cooperation “We are excited to be joining forces with EMZ! Time to bring our war-torn, battle scarred OSDM to the front lines!”.

CREEPING FLESH – Tank Corps Unleashed

Established in Swedish Death Metal haven Gothenburg in 2013, Creeping Flesh started on a mission to play old school death metal in the style of bands such as Bolt Thrower, Asphyx and Obituary, mixed with Swedish melody and sound.

One year later, their first release, the EP “Unravelled by War” (2014) firmly established the sound of the band. The release was soon to be followed by two more EPs, namely “Rising Terror” (2015) and “Scorched” (2016).

Formed by William Persson Öberg, Sofus Stille, Martin Kadhammar (also in Strykjärn), Robert Karlsson (ex-Misfire), and Conny Nyberg, the band did several successful live shows, including a debut gig at Gothenburg Deathfest in 2015, and a tour of England in 2017.

Following the departure of bass player Conny Nyberg, friend of the band Korp Thidrandir joined to complete the lineup, and saw the band play bigger stages with festival shows at both House of Metal and Gefle Metal Festival in Sweden. After two years of intense song writing they released their first full length album “Into the Meat Grinder” in September of 2019.

William Persson Öberg: guitar
Sofus Stille: guitar
Martin Kadhammar: drums
Robert Karlsson: vocals
Korp Thidrandir: bass

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