LETHAL DOSAGE: Revolver Premieres Opening Track From Tucson Quintet's New Full-Length
The opening track to Consume, the second full-length undertaking from Tucson, Arizona-based quintet, LETHAL DOSAGE, has been leaked onto the masses via Revolver Magazine. Bringing forth a nearly four-minute beating fueled by the band's live-for-today and fuck the rest attitude, "Drink" most aptly displays what Consume is about. From the cacophony of the scathing vocal bellow and immediately pummeling opening moments of the album, listeners know Consume is going to be a punishing excursion.
Get a LETHAL DOSAGE of hate-bred audio aggression with "Drink" at Revolver's website RIGHT HERE.
On February 25th, LETHAL DOSAGE will release Consume via Battleground Records, the new label founded by Tucson's own Godhunter, also founders of the now annual Southwest Terror Fest gathering. Just in time for its release, the band will embark on their Consume The Southwest Tour alongside Las Cruces'Psykryptyca, with five shows in New Mexico and Arizona between February 18th and 22nd. More extensive tour actions, including a US Summer tour, are in the planning stages as well.
LETHAL DOSAGE Consume The Southwest Tour w/ Psykryptyca:
2/18/2014 Metal Junkies - Las Cruces, NM
2/19/2014 The Jam Spot - Albuquerque, NM
2/20/2014 The Hive - Flagstaff, AZ
2/21/2014 Tempe Tavern - Phoenix, AZ
2/22/2014 The Rock - Tucson, AZ
LETHAL DOSAGE self-released their debut album, Inhale, in mid-2011, followed by regional touring ever since. After their breakthrough performance at the 2013 installment of the Southwest Terror Fest supporting Sacred Reich and Landmine Marathon in their hometown, the head of the fest, and founder of Battleground Records, brought the pummeling act under the new label's cape, eager to unleash the bestial hammerfuck of their newly recorded Consume full-length. LETHAL DOSAGE releases a brutal, modern, death-influenced, groove-laden style akin to Chimaira and Lamb Of God, delivered through a caustic sludge production on Consume. Bearing fifty minutes of carnage, the album was recorded at Arcane Digital Studio, produced and mixed by Ryan Butler and mastered at Sonorous Mastering. Battleground will release Consume thorugh digipak CD and digital delivery.