ATROPHY to Release ‘Chemical Dependency’ Digitally!

Tucson, Arizona based thrash metal veterans ATROPHY will be releasing their demo from 1987, Chemical Dependency via digital platforms. The demo will be released via SubLevel Records starting today, Friday, February 28th. Get more info on the release right here after the jump.

From The Press Release

The Atrophy “Chemical Dependency” album will soon be available as a digital release through SubLevel Records! Starting this Friday the 28th of February, the album will be available for purchase and streaming through all digital providers. Want to purchase the digital album now? You can get it directly from the SubLevel Records web store or the Atrophy Bandcamp site links below and download immediately! It is also available for pre-order on iTunes via the link below. (MP3 format) (WAV format) (Pre-Order)

More information on the release below:
“Chemical Dependency” features the 1987 demo by Atrophy, the thrash metal band from in Tucson, Arizona. As a result or their fast-playing style and lyrics (often covering death, politics and social issues), the band has been compared to that of their thrash metal contemporaries such as Testament, Vio-Lence, Forbidden, Sacred Reich and Nuclear Assault. Includes the complete remastered “Chemical Dependency” demo plus 4 live tracks recorded in Toronto, Canada in 1989. Digital edition.

1. Chemical Dependency (Demo)
2. Rest In Pieces (Demo)
3. Preacher, Preacher (Demo)
4. Suicide Pact (Demo)
5. Product Of The Past (Demo)
6. Beer Bong (Demo)
7. Killing Machine (Live)
8. Rest In Pieces (Live)
9. Product Of The Past (Live)
10. Beer Bong (Live)

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