RIGOR MORTIS Debut Second Song From Slaves to the Grave on Decibel Magazine’s “Deciblog”

Twenty-Three years after their last record, and nineteen months after the tragic loss of guitarist Mike Scaccia, DFW TX Speed/Thrash Metal pioneers, RIGOR MORTIS, will release their fourth and final studio album – Slaves to the Grave (Due October 7th via Rigor Mortis Records). This marks the bands first studio album in 23 years, and the first with the classic original line up (Mike Scaccia – guitar, Casey Orr – Bass, Bruce Corbitt – Vocals, and Harden Harrison on drums), since their 1988 eponymous debut album.

Slaves to the Grave is available for pre-order HERE.

So far one song from Slaves to the Grave has been released, the song “Flesh for Flies” it can be streamed HERE.

Today RIGOR MORTIS presents the second offering from their final masterpiece.  Decibel Magazine’s Deciblog” is hosting an exclusive premiere of the song “Poltergeist”.  Get a first listen to “Poltergeist”HERE.

With help from their fans, via an IndieGoGo fundraising campaign, the band is releasing Slaves To The Grave themselves on their own label,Rigor Mortis RecordsEVERYONE who contributes to the fundraiser will have their name included in a special “thank you” list on the cd!The campaign ends on Aug. 28th, so there’s only a few days left to help out, get your name on the cd, and pick up some killer swag, including a limited run blood splattered vinyl version of the record with alternate cover art, and an exclusive Mike Scaccia tribute t-shirt.

You can contribute here: IndieGoGo.

RIGOR MORTIS - Slaves to the Grave

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