MALIGNANCY Sign With WILLOWTIP RECORDS
Willowtip Records has announced the signing of death/grind powerhouse MALIGNANCY. The Yonkers, NY-based band is set to record their Willowtip debut full-length, "Inhuman Grotesqueries", in mid-August at the Carriage House studios in Connecticut. "Inhuman Grotesqueries" will contain 12 tracks of what the band promises to be their "most accomplished, complex, and overall, most brutal work to date." Artwork is being created by Tony Koehl (www.tonykoehl.com). A late 2006 release is expected.
In other news, Ronnie Kachnic, guitarist for MALIGNANCY, recently signed an endorsement deal with Vader Cabinets. He joins a very honorable clientele that already consists of Muhammed Suicimez of NECROPHAGIST, Terrance Hobbs of SUFFOCATION, and Scott Hull of PIG DESTROYER.
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