Chemicide release new album

Chemicide‘s new album, “Common Sense ” was released yesterday through RipRide Records and distributed by MVD.

The band started back in 2011 releasing their 1st EP titled Radioactive Annihilation. In April 2015 the band releases their first full-length “Episodes of Insanity” digitally through Bandcamp and shortly after, the album is picked up by Canadian label PRC Music to release on CD format.

In 2017 the band hits the studio to record “The Act of Retaliation”, the second full-length album, which allows the quartet to tour the northeastern part of Canada (Québec), a 10-day trek with local heroes Vortex.

In 2019 Chemicide releases their best seller to date, the “Inequality” album, selling over 3000 copies worldwide and the band went on yet again for a 13 date tour through Canada (Ontario, Québec and New Brunswick) and Mexico. COVID-19 stopped the touring plans for the band in 2020, so they went back to the studio to release 2 singles; an original titled “Uncertain Future” and a cover of Negative Approach’s “Tied Down”. The band went back to the studio in 2021, this time to record with Juan Pablo Calvo and for the 1st time mix and master the album with Argentinian artist and producer Martín Furia, who’s the lead guitarist for German Thrash Metal legends Destruction.

Their newest production is titled Common Sense and brings a raw sound combined with more aggressiveness and heavier riffs. The band went on signing with the new label RipRide Records, the new label run by Rémi Côté, co-owner of the now defunct PRC MUSIC label. RipRide is dedicated to heavy thrash and classic metal… which is keeping alive and well the strong relationship (more like a brotherhood really!) between Rémi and the boys in Chemicide.

This album was performed by Chemicide and recorded at Lúcuma Estudios and Apex Studios in Costa Rica, by Juan Pablo Calvo.

Watch out for the review coming soon.

Listen to the full album on the video link above and then go buy it from HERE

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A patriotic Welshman, and one quarter of Manchester hardcore/punk band Eye Licker.
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