DM Crew FUMING MOUTH Sign To Nuclear Blast!

New EP 'Beyond The Tomb' Out November 20th

Young New England death metal crew FUMING MOUTH has signed to the legendary metal label, Nuclear Blast Records. They will release their new EP, Beyond The Tomb on November 20th. You can sample the band’s sonic disharmony with their newest single for “Master Of Extremity” right here along with more details about the band and their new EP.

From The Press Release

Rising New England death metal agitators FUMING MOUTH have officially joined Nuclear Blast, and will release a new EP titled “Beyond The Tomb” on November 20th. Today, the band has launched a pre-order for the record and debuted crushing new song, “Master of Extremity.” The EP follows the band’s critically lauded, breakout album “The Grand Descent,” which Stereogum affectionately called  a “positively disgusting record, an ugly and cathartic full-length rage-vent,” with BrooklynVegan stating it was “one of the finest debuts of its kind in recent memory.”


Commenting on their signing to Nuclear Blast, vocalist/guitarist Mark Whelan states:

“The first time I spoke to Monte Conner at Nuclear Blast it clicked. We had finally found someone with the same exact goals as us. They’re a label that strives to see their bands at their best and we’re a band that thrives off that energy. WE HAVE SIGNED TO NUCLEAR BLAST RECORDS, and I want to scream it in your face until you hear me.”
Pre-order “Beyond The Tomb” in various formats here:

Formed in 2013, FUMING MOUTH has been on a mission to create an unbridled brand of death metal. The band set out as a 3 piece taking influence from bands like DISMEMBER while simultaneously taking inspiration from the likes of MOTORHEAD. Geared up now as a 4-piece band, they set out ready to take on the world with a brand new EP titled “Beyond the Tomb” and Nuclear Blast Records right by their side.

About Michael Juvinall (6150 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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