MUNICIPAL WASTE Discuss Recording Slime And Punishment

Equipped with a crushing sound that will implode both your soul and skull, Richmond Virginia’s MUNICIPAL WASTE barrel back onto the scene with their latest piece of toxic detritus, Slime And Punishment. Tony Foresta and Phil “Landphil” Hall recently discussed what it was like recording at Phil’s studio, Blaze of Torment

“Tracking at home makes it a lot less stressful,” comments Phil “Landphil” Hall. “We don’t have to worry about looking at the clock or answering to anybody else’s schedule. We just set our own schedule and make the album happen in a way that is convenient for us..”

Slime And Punishment will be released on June 23rd via Nuclear Blast Records.

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The cover artwork for the sixth album was created by the bands good friend, Andrei Bouzikov. This is the fourth cover he has created for them as he was responsible for the art for Massive Aggressive, The Art Of Partying, and the split with TOXIC HOLOCAUSTToxic Waste.

Slime And Punishment
is the first Waste album to be engineered by bassist Phil “Landphil” Hall at Blaze of Torment Studios in Richmond, VA. Mixing and mastering was completed by Bill Metoyer (SLAYER, W.A.S.P., LIZZY BORDEN and DARK ANGEL) in Hollywood, CA.

The band will make their UK return at this year’s Bloodstock Festival, playing the Ronnie James Dio Stage on Saturday 12th August. Get your festival tickets here: http://www.bloodstock.uk.com/

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