Selfmadegod Records is proud to announce the release of Sickrecy’s debut album. “Salvation Through Tyranny” is the first full length of the Swedish band with Adde Mitroulis (Birdflesh, General Surgery) as well as Marcus Dahl and Martin Eriksson (both in Damned to Downfall, World in Ruins). As the band says:
“It’s not about pushing any boundaries in the race of speed, nastiness, or new techniques. We are just about… delivering solid grindcore!”
“Salvation Through Tyranny” CD will be released on October 28th, 2022 on Selfmadegod Records. The disc also includes the band’s first EP “First World Anxiety” as a bonus.
Swedish grindcore act Sickrecy, short for sick-secrecy, meaning that we as people under our rulers are on a need-to-know basis and we clearly don’t need to know anything but to obey and pay, was formed in late 2019/early 2020 by Martin Eriksson who soon teamed up with Marcus Dahl and Adde Mitroulis to make the foundation of Sickrecy. Adde Mitroulis, well known for bands such as Birdflesh and General Surgery is no stranger in this line of duty, With numerous albums on his conscience and three releases in 2021, he clearly knows how to handle a microphone and his vocals are significant to the sound of Sickrecy. Marcus Dahl and Martin Eriksson hail from the crust and death act World in Ruins and the blackened industrial death metal band Damned to Downfall, who both put out albums in 2021. You could say that Sickrecy is somewhat of a blend between all of our four bands but the main inspiration comes from the early 90’s underground scene. In July 2021 we released our 6-track EP “First World Anxiety”, which is a meltingpot of all the things that we are about. It includes the fast, extreme and the blasts mixed with crust, d-beat and death metal. The lyrics cuts through with social awareness and topics like decreasing free speech, intolerance and the problems with globalization are all being In 2022 we joined forces with Selfmadegod Records to release our first full-length album, Salvation through tyranny, on cd. The tape version will once again be released by Bullwhip Records.