Murder Construct: Premiere Song Via Revolver
Los Angeles’ MURDER CONSTRUCT have premiered a new track from their upcoming full-length debut album Results titled “Red All Over” via Revolver Magazine at this location. This is the second track to debut from Results, the first being the band’s controversial commentary on today’s cookie-cutter bands titled “Compelled By Mediocrity”. The lyric video for that song can be seen here.
Results features 11 tracks of violent, uncompromising grind and will be released on CD/LP/Digital on August 28th. Pre-orders are available at this location while an official album trailer video for Results can be viewed here.
MURDER CONSTRUCT recorded Results in Hollywood, CA at Architeuthis Sound with engineer Sean Vahle, while drums were tracked at Trench Studios in Corona, CA with John Haddad (Abysmal Dawn, Exhumed, Intronaut).
MURDER CONSTRUCT features Travis Ryan (Cattle Decapitation) on vocals, Leon del Muerte (Exhumed, Phobia, Impaled) on guitar and vocals, Kevin Fetus (Lack of Interest, Fetus Eaters) on guitar, Danny Walker (Intronaut, Exhumed, Uphill Battle) on drums, and Caleb Schneider (Bad Acid Trip) on bass.
MURDER CONSTRUCT are available for interviews upon request. To speak with the band, simply contact email@example.com. Stay tuned to www.RELAPSE.com for forthcoming MURDER CONSTRUCT news / album release / tour information. Additional information will be made available via the official MURDER CONSTRUCT website and Facebook page.
"Vocalist Travis Ryan’s gurgling intensity is unmatched, and the music is technical and crushing, with high production values but no Pro Tools falsity or triggers. It introduces the old school to the new." - Metalunderground.com
“a furious grindcore assault based around Ryan’s robust vocals and the musicianship of several talented veterans of extreme music.” - Metalreview.com
“The entire album is like firing a semi-automatic weapon into traffic. Just a constant force of music pummeling your ear drums, so damn loud…so damn fast…so damn heavy….so damn good.” - headbangorgtfo.com
“Finally, a band worthy of the supergroup label” - Themetalforge.com