“Ricky Puckett (vocalist ofr BROKEN FLESH and original vocalist for Obliteration/Death List in the late 90’s) has recently founded upstart record label, Warclub Records, which will specialize primarily in Christian death metal, black metal, and gothic metal.  For more info, go to http://www.warclubrecords.com.”

“Warclub Records is preparing to release a compilation album, tentatively set to be released March 1st.  Some of the bands who are confirmed for this comp are Broken Flesh, A Hill To Die Upon, Divulgence, Your Chance To Die, Fearscape, The Synics Awakening, Whisper From Heaven, and more!  Keep an eye out for that by subscribing to their mailing list at http://www.warclubrecords.com.  You can also “Like” Warclub Records on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/warclubrecords to stay up to date as well.”

“Warclub Records is seeking out various print ‘zines, web ‘zines, and any other type of media who would be interested in receiving free copies of Warclub Records titles for the purpose of album reviews. If you are interested, please contact Ricky Puckett at warclubrecords (at) gmail (dot) com.   He is also seeking out distributors of Christian Metal who would be interested in carrying Warclub Records titles.  For those interested, please contact him at the same email address above.

BROKEN FLESH NEWS:

BROKEN FLESH has begun recording their second album which is a follow-up to their 2009 Sullen Records debut, “Forever in Flames”.  The new album will be entitled, “Stripped, Stabbed, & Crucified”.  Producer/Engineer, Sterling Winfield (Pantera, Hatebreed, Damageplan, Mercyful Fate, King Diamond) will produce & engineer the album.  It will be the first Broken Flesh release with Ricky Puckett on lead vocals.  This album marks the return of Ricky Puckett (original vocalist of Obliteration/Death List) in working with Kevin Tubby (also former Obliteration/Death List).  The new album will be released on Ricky’s own, Warclub Records.

2. BROKEN FLESH will be playing a show on Monday, March 7th in Amarillo, TX with one of their musical heroes, MALEVOLENT CREATION.  The show will be at EBGBS in Amarillo.  Show at 6:30pm.  Admission $10 dollars.  All ages.

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