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Upgrade EP
Mighty Music
1 October 2021

For fans of Slayer, Exodus & Municipal Waste.

DEMOLIZER, formed in 2018, plays gut-crushing, hard-hitting, and unfiltered thrash metal that will have you picking up your teeth with crushed fingers after barely surviving the pit. The young Danish band is the manifestation of a big, angry middle finger pointed towards the Establishment, giving you the hardest, fastest, and thrashiest thrash metal you could ever dream of! If you like Slayer, Exodus, and/or, Municipal Waste, then you will love these guys.

Demolizer first incarnation was born originally in 2014 as Radtskaffen, releasing a first EP, “Ghoul”, four years later, while adopting the current band name. But it was 2019 that was the game-changer, with a place in the finals in the Danish W:O:A Metal Battle as well as a demo + single – both D.I.Y-produced and released on Spotify. 2019 was also spent touring Russia and Denmark, as well as the completion of the new debut album, “Thrashmageddon”!

“Upgrade” was recorded during the production of “Thrashmageddon” in Ballade Studios, in Copenhagen. In essence, “Upgrade” is an enhanced version of the “Ghoul” demo that was released back in 2018. An “upgraded” version if you will, but this time the main axe swinger Aria Mobbarez gets to join the fun, since the original recordings were made before he officially joined Demolizer. This was what “Ghoul” intended to sound like!

“Upgrade” is out today digitally via Mighty Music. It is available here.

Bjørn Hjortgaard: bass
Max Petrén Bach Hansen: drums
Aria Mobbarez: guitars
Ben Radleff: guitars, vocals

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