Death metal legends Jungle Rot
stream new single ‘A Call to Arms’
New album A Call to Arms out 13th May via Unique Leader
Death metal legends Jungle Rot return have streamed their mighty new single, the title-track from their forthcoming record ACall to Arms, to be released 13th May via Unique Leader.
Watch the ‘A Call to Arms’ video here: https://youtu.be/d4TgzZAfcnI
Stream and pre-order A Call To Arms here: http://orcd.co/acalltoarms
For a band who’ve existed now for over 25 years, Jungle Rot are still hitting their prime with their savage new album.
Once again co-produced by Chris Djuricic and the band, ACall to Arms was mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö. It’s the band’s newest record since their acclaimed self-titled 2018 release, praised by Loudwire, Decibel, Revolver, Metal Hammer and a host of celebrated publications.
Forever looking to push death metal groove with attitude, Jungle Rot are highly regarded globally. Jaded death metal purists looking for fresh kills need to add the band to their must-listen list – not just A Call to Arms but the band’s impressive and extensive back catalogue, including their 2013 reissue of their classic 1995 Skin The Living.
Shots firing overhead, out of breath, thankful to be alive, an exhausted, courageous soldier takes cover in a nearby trench. Overcome with tragedy, the cadet looks down to carefully remove his worn down combat boots to discover his feet numb and blue, knocking him back with an overwhelming smell of decay and gangrene. This phenomenon is known as “jungle rot”. With a little imagination, visualise this horrifyingly grotesque predicament as it would be in heavy metal form – teeming with despair, brutality, darkness and volatility. The sinister picture you have just painted comes to life in four-piece death metal act Jungle Rot, who has been triumphantly destroying the metal scene since 1994.
Hailing from Kenosha, Wisconsin, Jungle Rot has steadily collected fans by the thousands since their 1995 demo release Skin The Living. Critics, blown away by their chillingly explosive live shows, rewarded the band with stellar reviews and were offered their first record deal with Pulverized Records. Through new representation, the men released their first full-length project, Slaughter The Weak (1998) and were greeted by a tremendous amount of support from both the metal community and critics everywhere. Responding to a flood of new fans, the band rearranged their line-up, adapted their sound, produced new material, and began to dominate the Midwest tour circuit.
The following decade saw the band sign with Olympic Records in 2001, releasing Dead and Buried, and then in 2009 signing with Napalm Records, and their What Horrors Await LP.
The band have toured relentlessly across the world, including with Deicide, Entombed, Vader, Cattle Decapitation and many more. Inspired and motivated by their fans’ continued support, Jungle Rot went on to release the 2011 Kill on Command and eighth studio album Terror Regime (2013).
Now signed to the mighty Unique Leader, the veterans make no sign of wavering or slowing down with the legendary brand of old-school thrash, death, and crossover crust punk.
Catch the band touring the US this Summer. Support from Internal Bleeding:
June 02: Minneapolis, MN @ The Cabooze
June 03: Lincoln, NE @ 1867 Bar
June 04: Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
June 06: Boise, ID @ The Shredder
June 07: Seattle, WA @ Club Sur
June 08: Portland, OR @ Bossanova Ballroom
June 09: San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
June 10: Anaheim, CA @ Doll Hut
June 11: San Diego, CA @ Brick by Brick
June 12: Los Angeles, CA @ 1720
June 13: Mesa, AZ @ Nile Underground
June 14: El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse Bar & Grill
June 15: Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad
June 16: Denver, CO @ HQ
June 17: Kansas City, MO @ BLVD Nights
June 18: Sturtevant, WI @ Route 20
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1 A Call to Arms
2 Asymmetric Warfare
3 Beyond the Grave
4 Death Squad
5 Genocidal Imperium
6 Haunting Future
7 Maggot Infested
8 Population Suicide
9 Total Extinction
10 Vengeance And Bloodlust