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Boston's Bacterial Husk to Release Full-Length Debut Anthropogenic Ruinon October 27!

Death Metal quartet Bacterial Husk will release Anthropogenic Ruin, their first full-length album, on October 27!

Album track "Plague Pollination" is streaming now at:

Anthropogenic Ruin shows growth from their Grinding Death Thrash origins, delivering a refined edge to their evolving sound, one that still holds true to their misanthropic moniker. It is the soundtrack to mankind's oblivion through man-made, unnatural, and celestial anomalies. Humankind is doomed and Bacterial Husk have the riffs to manifest its destruction.

Bacterial Husk formed in 2015 to release unique Death Metal heavily influenced by acts like Gorguts, Carcass, Death, and Malevolent Creation. Members' past and current projects include Boston thrashers Razormaze and the Brutal Death Metal of Scattered Remnants.

In 2016 Bacterial Husk released their debut EP Agnosia of Omens to stellar reviews. Following the release, the band shared the stage with Funebrarum, Come to Grief, Gorguts, Entombed A.D., and Artificial Brain.

In April 2018, the band released a demo track entitled "Mystics of Transmutation" while working on their forthcoming debut full-length record, Anthropogenic Ruin.


Track Listing:

1. Spores of Hallucinosis

2. Flayed By Anomalies

3. Plague Pollination

4. Corrupted Hydrosphere

5. Enshrined Gravitational Aberration

6. Umbilical Sewage

7. Mystics of Transmutation

8. Chemically Evolved

9. Cesarean-Born Constellations

10. Starving the Immortal

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