Official press release

Florida death metal monsters Malevolent Creation have just signed a management deal with Extreme Management Group (Suffocation, Origin). It is also at this time that the band would like to confirm April 5 2010 as the starting date for recording their new album with Eric Rutan at Mana Recording Studios (Cannibal Corpse, Vital Remains, Goatwhore, etc.).

The band has released the following official statement: "After over 20 years in existence, and now having the most solid line up in years, we really wanted to make sure that with this new album we elevated the band in every way. Getting good management was crucial and Extreme Management Group has a great track record. Erik had been talking to us since Doomsday X to record us, and with Gus Rios (drums) being the band full time now, we didn't want him to have the responsibility of producing the album as well as writing and playing. Erik really understands what we are about, and has all of the same thoughts about recording as us. It really couldn't be a better working situation. We've said it before but this album really is without a doubt is the most relentless, focused and brutal Malevolent Creation album ever! We really went back to our roots, not only as a band, but as fans of metal. We wrote an album of songs that we as fans of brutal music would want to hear."

Pre-Production Video Blog #1 | Pre-Production Video Blog #2

Malevolent Creation's latest album, Doomsday X, was released in the U.S. in July 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records and in Europe in August 2007 via Massacre Records. The CD was recorded and engineered at Mercury Recording Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida by longtime friend and producer (and sometimes session member) Gus Rios, and is said to be the most diverse Malevolent Creation album recorded to date and "without a doubt their fastest!!" Mick Thomson, guitarist for Slipknot, contributed a "ripping" guitar solo to the song "Deliver My Enemy".








Source: blogs.myspace.com
Band profile: Malevolent Creation
 
Posted: 25.03.2010 by SlaytallicA



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Marcus - 25.03.2010 at 00:48  
I remember talking to one of their guitarists (don't remember who) a few years with him saying they would probably stop soon, or at least not tour anymore. Guess that didn't happen.
Uirapuru - 25.03.2010 at 05:10  
Long time since i've listened to this guys... good that they are stil aroud
Metal Maiden - 25.03.2010 at 23:46  
Hey, good news, I love these guys, can't wait to hear what have they come up with...I remember I really liked Doomsday X despite the negative feedback it got from the metal community (or at least here in MS, lol)...I still listen to it from time to time...
BreadGod - 26.03.2010 at 06:56  
I didn't really like "Doomsday X", so I must say that this is a real step up.
Kap'N Korrupt - 26.03.2010 at 07:07  
These guys are always tight as shit and put out solid stuff...sounds like another solid album to me...

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