Invisible Oranges Offer Up PLF’s “Blistered Dejection” For Streaming

Texas grind veterans PLF are releasing their latest album, Devious Persecution and Wholesale Slaughter, on February 8th, and to celebrate the impending apocalypse (’cause there’s always one scheduled somewhere), the newly-merged Brooklyn Vegan/Invisible Oranges hydra has swooped in and snatched up a brand-new song from the forthcoming CD/LP for your listening displeasure.
Stream some grind/thrash mayhem straight into your earholes here: http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2013/01/exclusive-song-stream-plf-blistered-dejection/
The album was recorded/mixed in spring/summer 2012 by Garry Brents at GAB Recordings and Mike BBQ at Big Door Studios, and mastered by Jack Control (World Burns to Death, Severed Head of State) at Enormous Door in Summer 2012. The album artwork comes courtesy of Daniel Shaw. The album features Bryan Fajardo (Phobia, Noisear, Kill the Client, Gridlink) on drums, and is poised to be the most vicious, neck-snappingly infectious grind record of 2013. You’ve been warned!
Devious Persecution and Wholesale Slaughter is the veteran grindfreaks’ third full-length and fourteenth overall release since their 1999 inception. Their discography stretches to include two LPs (Pulverizing Lethal Force in 2007 and Crushing Fury of Bastardization in 2008), a 7″ ep (Swarming Industrial Cancer, 2003),  two split LPs (with Germany’s Bizarre X in 2005, and California’s In Disgust in 2010), and nine (!) split 7″ eps with a dizzying array of international bands, including Unholy Grave, Cyness, and Massgrave)
Since they came thrashing and howling into life, PLF have wrought havoc across the globe, sullying the stage at Maryland Death Fest i(2009/2010), Bloodshed Festival in the Netherlands (2008/2011), Obscene Extreme in the Czech Republic (2006), UGZ Speed Trials (2008 /2010), Etengabeko Zarata Festival in Spain’s Basque Country (2008), Rites of Darkness (2011), and Short, Fast and Loud Zine’s 10 year Anniversary Festival (2011) amongst others, and playing many hundreds of shows in clubs, warehouses, squats, houses, basements, open air stadiums, ‘metal clubs’, bars, parking lots, fields, pool halls, and garages across North America and Europe.
Devious Persecution and Wholesale Slaughter will be available on CD and LP on February 8th. It can be purchased directly from Six Weeks Records (http://www.sixweeksrecords.com/) or from Independent Label Distribution (www.ildistro.com).
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