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Swedish Grindcore Unit SICKRECY Shares New Lyric Video For “First World Anxiety”!

Today Swedish Grindcore unit SICKRECY, the brand new project featuring members of BirdfleshGeneral SurgeryWorld in Ruins and Damned to Downfall, unleashed the title track taken from their upcoming debut EP, “First World Anxiety”! Extreme, fast and chaotic, SICKRECY masterfully conveys the old school spirit of the genre into their sound, injected with shots of Crust Punk, D-beat and Death Metal, so you know what to expect in terms of sheer anger, brute force, blasting speed and pounding frenzy.

Watch the lyric video for “First World Anxiety” here:

Sickrecy was formed out of the sheer lust and passion for rawness and speed. That combined with lyrics that really say something and mean something, rather than just the usual gore, evil goat and hail satan. Our debut single ‘First World Anxiety’ includes all of the elements that are the solid foundation Sickrecy is based upon. The blasting beats, the d beat/crustpunk, the death metal riffs, and awareness in lyrics. It feels so great to have Spikerot records as our label and partner in grind.” Bassist and drummer Martin Eriksson states.

SICKRECY‘s debut EP will be coming out on June 4th via Spikerot Records as a digital-only release, available on all major digital platforms and on Bandcamp for “Name Your Price”.

“First World Anxiety” is available for pre-order at THIS LOCATION

SICKRECY is:
Adde Mitroulis – Vocals
Marcus Dahl – Guitars
Martin Eriksson – Drums / Bass


For more info visit:

https://www.facebook.com/Sickrecy/https://www.facebook.com/spikerotrecords/https://www.spikerot.com

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