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Out Now! DISPLAY OF DECAY Unleash New EP ‘Outbreak of Infection + Performing Loud As Hell Fest (Drumheller, AB)

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L-R - Tyler Goudreau (Vocals/Bass), Sean Watson (Guitarist, Vocals), Avery Desmarais (Drums)
Photo credit: Dana Zuk

    Display of Decay, the Edmonton, AB death metal trio turned four piece with the recent addition of guitarist Jeremy Puffer have unleashed their new EP ‘Outbreak of Infection’, out today, August 26th. Their fourth EP since forming in 2007 features five groovy death metal tracks with gore filled lyrics that includes a black metal cover of KISS‘ ‘Black Diamond.’

A full EP stream can be heard on Bloody-Disgusting.comhttp://bloody-disgusting.com/exclusives/3309149/display-decay-outbreak-infection-ep-album-stream-exclusive/

Plus physical and digital copy of the EP is available at the following links:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/displayofdecay

http://displayofdecay.bandcamp.com/album/outbreak-of-infection 

http://displayofdecay.bigcartel.com/product/outbreak-of-infection-ep

EP Teaser Video - http://youtu.be/fqkS5Hqvfuo

EP Cover - Display of Decay - Outbreak of Infection

Track Listing: Display of Decay – Outbreak of Infection
1. Born of Rot (3:37)
2. Manchurian Candidate (4:24)
3. Praise The Gore (3:30)
4. Outbreak of Infection (3:50)
5. Black Diamond (KISS cover) (3:13)

EP Length: 18:37

In additional news, last week Display of Decay shared the stage with The Faceless, Origin, Beyond Creation, Rings of Saturn, King Parrot, Fallujah, and Archspire at Harvesting Hell in Edmonton, AB and will be performing this weekend on August 31st at Loud As Hell Fest (Drumheller, AB) with Protest The Hero, Titans Eve, Death Toll Rising, All Else Fails, Ninjaspy and many more.

Festival dates

Aug 31 – Drumheller, AB – Loud As Hell Fest w/ Protest The Hero, Titans Eve, Ninjaspy, Death Toll Rising and more: Event link | Website | Tickets

For more info, please visit these links:

http://www.displayofdecay.net/

http://www.facebook.com/displayofdecayofficial

http://twitter.com/displayofdecay

http://www.youtube.com/displayofdecay

http://displayofdecay.bandcamp.com/

EPK – http://ashermediarelations.com/epks/epk-display-of-decay-outbreak-of-infection/

About:

In 2007, Edmonton, AB underwent one of the most notable natural disasters in history. An earthquake split the city in two, and chaos ran amok through the streets.

Alas…such things are bound to happen when DISPLAY OF DECAY takes the stage. Handcrafted by Hell’s most elite demons, DISPLAY OF DECAY is noted for bringing a unique blend of old school death metal, blended with tinges of thrash and doom metal. The band has spread their infection across Western Canada over the years, sharing the stage alongside other local elite acts such as, Disciples of Power and Into Eternity.

After unleashing three well received indie releases, DISPLAY OF DECAY is currently gearing up for their next follow up “Outbreak of Infection”, an EP featuring five brutal tracks that includes an annihilating rendition of KISS’ ‘Black Diamond’.  Set to riot mosh pits officially August 26, 2014, DISPLAY OF DECAY is eagerly preparing to tour Western Canada in 2014 to promote their best work to date.

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“The EP contains 5-tracks of, “…grim and gore,” perfect for fans of Deicide and Cannibal Corpse” – Bloody-Disgusting
 
““Outbreak of Infection” is a Deicide-al rampage of fast, rapacious riffing and spitfire soloing, with gut-punching drums and a gruesomely guttural vocal performance. These dudes do a good jump injecting the music with snake venom and radiating an aura of ravenous evil. They bring the death metal brutality, spiced up with insidious melody and high-voltage fretwork.” – No Clean Singing
 
“Display of Decay is a Death Metal outfit with old-school sensibilities. They’re melodic without entering Melodic Death, and they’re brutal without becoming cliche. This is just some shit you have to hear for yourself.” – Yell Magazine
 
 Outbreak of Infection, a mid-paced slab of brutality in the vein of Deicide, Cannibal Corpse, and Nile. Showing they wear their influences on their sleeves, this trio also sounds nothing like the aforementioned bands at times, their own sound gleaming vile from the pile of corpses they wear.” – Crown of Viserys
 
“Canada’s power trio, aptly known as Display of Decay play old school death metal with growl vocals and catchy hooks that’ll make you bang your head.” Explicitly Intense
 
“This is a real listenable EP due to is crunchy drive and catchy rhythms. It is Brutal Death Metal but it has the kind of songs you could put in a zombie film for added tension and brutality…The guttural vocals are strong low and perfect for these tracks.  This is an EP you can throw in and listen to all five songs, the last of which is a Kiss cover Black Diamond.” – Blackened Horde

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Third to the stage was Titans Eve (www.myspace.com/titanseveofficial ), a modern thrash metal band with some epic European metal sounding influences. Their new album, The Divine Equal, is due on February 1st, with possible North American and beyond tour dates to follow. This band already have a rabid fan base, with one devotee informing me “These guys are gong to play Ozzfest one day man – they’re gonna f— headline Ozzfest!” Judging  by their proficient heavy talent, you would never guess that this band has only been performing together for around three years.

http://communities.canada.com/vancouversun/blogs/awesomesound/archive/2011/01/21/weekend-concert-picks-the-thermals-titans-eve-ween-monday.aspx

“Also Saturday, Vancouver thrashers Titans Eve are offering a preview of their upcoming debut album The Divine Equal at Funky Winker Bean’s (35 West Hastings) alongside Anion, R.O.C. and Memorial. The record, which comes out Feb. 1, is a sprawling concept album about Satan’s fall from grace influenced by Milton’s Paradise Lost and The Book of Genesis. Some mighty killer riffs in there, and you can download their track Becoming The Demon for free on PureGrainAudio in the meantime. $10 at the door, show at 9 p.m.”

http://www.vanmusic.ca/vanmusic-news-on-independent-music/titans-eve-will-rock-the-funky-winkerbeans-on-jan-22

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http://www.confrontmagazine.com/web/2011/01/05/to-reign-in-2011/

http://www.yellmagazine.com/titans-eve-the-divine-equal-review/5337/

http://www.bclocalnews.com/surrey_area/langleytimes/entertainment/112382344.html

http://www.langleyadvance.com/entertainment/Band+answers+call+metal+hungry+kids/4075022/story.html