ILSA Releases New Video From Out-Of-Print LP

Our nation’s capitol’s most noxious henchmen, ILSA, have delivered a new video for “120 Days.”

 

Aurally merging filthy, downtuned hardcore with mid-paced deathcrust, and visually meshing their deep-rooted fascination with the occult, violence and all forms of debauchery with brutal recent live footage in the new video, “120 Days” is far from a new song. The virulent hymn is culled from the band’s sophomore LP, Tutti il Colori del Buio, which was followed by multiple other recordings since. The video was created not in homage to the album but in support of its impending reissue as A389 Recordings — who delivered the ILSA‘s third LP, Intoxicatations, an official issue of their original demo, and most recently, the band’s split with Seven Sisters of Sleep — will repress the acclaimed, out-of-print Tutti il Colori del Buio LP in early 2014 including ILSA‘s contribution to the long lost split with Hooded Menace as a bonus track.

 

Get destroyed by the tale of “120 Days” RIGHT HERE.

 

ILSA also inducts new guitarist Tim Moyer (Time Of The Wolf) into their cult, changing the guard from A389’s own Dom Romeo who has filled the slot for the past several months. The writing process on the ILSA‘s most impure and depraved material yet is nearly complete, the works to be recorded in early 2014 once again with Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations.

 

Further updates on all pending ILSA actions will be released in the coming weeks.

 

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