Release Date: August 7th, 2020
Comes with two full-colour stickers.
Old school death metal from the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Awesome release you will not stop listening to!
Since 2017, Puncture Wound has been a regular supporter of the ‘Metal United’ festival series, playing both the ‘Down Under’ and ‘World Wide’ shows, in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Lismore, N.S.W. In February 2019, the band was approached to open for Australian metal giants ‘Whoretopsy’ and ‘A Night In Texas’. The band was well received and all feedback has been extremely positive. More recently, Puncture Wound was selected to support thrash legends ‘Artillery’ on their Australian ‘Face of Fear Tour.
On Friday 13th of December 2019, Puncture Wound released their first single, Necroinsemination, off their debut album, and their second single, Anthem of Agony, which was released on Friday the 13th March 2020. The debut album, Complete Carnage of Coagulating Cacophonous Corpses was released on the 10th of April 2020 through 10-54 Records on extremely limited edition digi pak. Shortly after, a new, world-wide deal was struck with Canadian heavy weights, CDN Records. The album contains 10 original tracks of pure OSDM and is due for world wide release on the 7th day of August 2020. This album is sure to excite all fans of death metal.
The Metal Wunderlust calls Complete Carnage “Sheer menacing sonic brutality of the highest order and is is right up in the top five albums of 2020” with a Rating of 5/5.
Apocalypse Sepulchre called Comolete Carnage “a thoroughly enjoyable half hour of sturdy and impeccable 90s inspired Death Metal with great production standing on the shoulders of giants.”
Hysteria magazine describes Puncture Wound live as ”relentless, pummelling the crowd with their classic death metal sound” and “if you dig your old school, no nonsense death metal, then you should certainly give them a listen!”
Old Skull Zine review calls Puncture Wound “nice straight forward brutal death metal that is quite good, like a cross between (old) Deicide, Cannibal Corpse & Suffocation with a hint of Massacre. The EP is thick as fuck with some pretty cool riffing with Tampa Bay sized grooves, sick growls, guitars, drums and bass to achieve a nice balance that lends itself greatly to this great early 90’s OSDM vibe.”