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Cut Up announces new album: Wherever They May Rot!

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On March 24th, CUT UP will release their anticipated 2nd album Wherever They May Rot worldwide via Metal Blade Records! Word is, Wherever They May Rot is just as brutal as its 2015 predecessor Forensic Nightmares but offers a rougher edge and is overall slightly catchier.

Decide for yourself by heading over to metalblade.com/cutup where you can listen to the first single and album opener “From Ear To Ear”! Check out the amazing artwork by Lukasz Jaszak and pre-order the album on either Digi-CD or vinyl. There’s shirt bundles available as well!

At the same location you can place your pre-orders. Wherever They May Rot will be released on vinyl as well as on Digi-CD and all digital outlets.

CUT UP guitarist/vocalist Andreas Björnson comments: “Wherever They May Rot is an utter bloodbath from start to finish. We have managed to push the savagery even further than before, also broadening our sound without compromising one inch of aggression. Everyone has performed at the top of their game and the new songs are without a doubt the strongest we’ve ever created, reaching new heights in both speed and heaviness. We have sharpened our blades and the thirst for blood is unquenchable. The year of 2017 belongs to CUT UP!”

Track listing:
01. From Ear to Ear
02. Necrophagic Madness
03. Behead the Dead
04. Wherever They May Rot
05. Vermin Funeral
06. By Hatred Bound
07. Psychosurgery
08. In the Aftermath
09. Master Dissector
10. Cranium Crusher
11. Raped by the Blade

CUT UP line-up:
Erik Rundqvist – vocals & bass
Andreas Bjornson – vocals & guitar
Anders Bertilsson – guitar
Tobias Gustafsson – drums

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