Jungle Rot Announce April European/UK Tour With Ultra-Violence

Jungle Rot have announced an April European/UK tour. Ultra-Violence will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

04/05 Velenje, SLO – Klub Emce Plac
04/06 Graz, AUT – Explosiv
04/08 Pordenone, ITA – Rocktown
04/09 Paderno, ITA – Dugnano Slaughter Club
04/10 Zurich, CZE – Werk 21
04/11 Salzburg, AUT – Rockhouse Bar
04/12 Leipzig, GER – Bandhaus
04/13 Emsdetten, GER – Treffpunkt 12 Drei
04/14 Brussels, BEL – Magasin 4
04/15 London, UK – New Cross Inn
04/18 Cardiff, UK – Fuel Rock Club
04/19 Antwerp, AUT – Kavka
04/20 Den Haag, NET – Hauge Metal Fest

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Jungle Rot Premiere “Send Forth Oblivion” Music Video

Jungle Rot have premiered a new video for their new song “Send Forth Oblivion.” The Dustin Smith directed clip is a sequel to the band’s “The Unstoppable” video, and the track will appear on their new self-titled album, which will be released tomorrow (July 20). Guitarist Geoff Bub commented: “The experiments they did prevented them from eliminating us. Operation Oblivion could be their own demise!”. Frontman Dave Matrise also added that the song “expresses what these surviving soldiers are thinking as they ponder what’s become of humanity. Greed and power has brought the downfall of society. Is there any hope?.”

Jungle Rot Premiere New Song “A Burning Cinder”

Jungle Rot have premiered a new song titled “A Burning Cinder.” This track is from the band’s new self-titled album, which will be released on July 20. Dave Matrise commented:

“The US Administration, taking a cue from the President, have exposed themselves as the blind leading the blind. I needed to write something demonstrating that there will be retaliation and revolt, ultimately ending up with mass global war and the earth charring into a burning cinder.”

[via Metal Injection]

Jungle Rot Premiere New Song “Fearmonger” Feat. Schmier (Destruction), Reveal Details For New Album

Jungle Rot have premiered a new song titled “Fearmonger.” This track features Destruction’s Schmier and it will appear on the band’s new self-titled album (out July 20). Dave Matrise commented:

“We covered the Destruction classic ‘Invincible Force’ some years ago and Schmier told me ours is his favorite Destruction cover he has ever heard from any band. Years later we toured together and right away Schmier approached me to start singing the song with him in concert. His trademark style and my vocals worked so well together that when I began writing this new record, the idea immediately came up to have him as a guest vocalist. He loved it and was honored to be a part of it. That’s how we created ‘Fearmonger.’”

Track Listing:

01. “Send Forth Oblivion”
02. “Delusional Denial”
03. “A Burning Cinder”
04. “Triggered”
05. “Fearmonger” (feat. Schmier)
06. “Stay Dead”
07. “Glory For The Fallen”
08. “Pumped Full Of Lead”
09. “Twisted Mind”
10. “Terrible Certainty” (Kreator cover)

Jungle Rot Premiere “The Unstoppable” Video

Jungle Rot have premiered a new video for their song “The Unstoppable.” This track is from their 2009 album “What Horrors Await.” The band recently released a remixed and remastered version of the effort in digital outlets. It will also be available on CD on April 6, and on vinyl as part of Record Store Day (April 21).

Dave Matrise commented:

“Filming the point-of-view aspect from a tank made this video so much better. Instead of performing with instruments, we came up with the idea of each Jungle Rot soldier inside their own tank – mercilessly fighting and communicating to each other back and forth like killing machines. The lyrics are actually about a rolling death machine and she’s called ‘The Unstoppable,’ the bloodiest, most bad-ass beast you’ve ever seen! Doing the camo face paint is something that I wanted to do for a while and it really captured the whole feel we were going for. Prepare for a total alpha-strike, war-gore cloud of fear with a stop-at-nothing attitude in the thick of battle!”

[via Metal Injection]

Jungle Rot Release Remixed & Remastered Version Of “What Horrors Await”

Jungle Rot have digitally released a remixed and remastered version of their 2009 album “What Horrors Await.” You can get it in digital outlets now. It will also be available on CD on April 6, and on vinyl later in April.

Dave Matrise commented:

“When we first released What Horrors Await in 2009, it was a one-time deal with a limited run. CD’s never made it to the US and were sold only in Europe where the previous label was based. What Horrors Await has always been Jungle Rot’s most sought-after album with fans often paying ridiculous amounts of money for it on eBay. It’s really been a rare and collectible album. We’re so glad it’s now out on our home label Victory Records, it will give everybody a chance to finally hear this monstrous re-release.

The first track on the album, ‘Worst Case Scenario,’ as well as ‘The Unstoppable‘ have been armed in our live set for a long time and are fan favorites. Again, I’m so glad these songs have a proper release now the way it deserves. In addition to the cover of Destruction’s ‘Invisible Force,’ there is a lot of death groove and a good mixture of songs on this re-release. I always liked this album and the way it turned out.”

Jungle Rot To Begin Recording New Album In January

Jungle Rot plan to hit Belle City Sound in Racine, WI on January 5 to start the recording process for their new album. The band will produce the effort themselves, while Chris Djuricic will handle engineering duties and Dan Swanö will handle the mixing and mastering.

The following song titles have been revealed: “Delusional Denial”, “Glory For The Fallen”, “Stay Dead”, “Twisted Mind”, “Fearmonger”, “Pumped Full Of Lead”, “A Burning Cinder”, “Triggered”, “Full Scale War” and “Send Forth Oblivion”. Two unknown covers will also be recorded as well. Furthermore, former drummer Jesse Beahler will also join the band in the studio to work on percussion.

Dave Matrise commented:

“Once again, we’ve stuck with the tried and true Jungle Rot formula to produce another killer record that all our fans and everyone will enjoy. It’s been nice to get back to doing what we do best and that’s writing brutal, heavy music.”