Jungle Rot has announced the reissue of 2009’s What Horrors Await. The album has been long-out of print for quite some time now, and was often found on eBay for a ridiculous sum of money. Fans no longer have to scour the internet and pay an arm and a leg for this LP. Physical copies of the record will be released on April 6th via Victory Records but, if you are feeling impatient, you can pick up a digital copy right now.
Frontman, Dave Matrise expressed his excitement:
“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.”
Check out the remastered and remixed What Horrors Await here.
The band is also working on a yet-to-be titled new album that is expected to drop sometime this Spring.
Bassist James Genenz promises this record will be nasty:
“We’ve got quite a fire under our collective asses and we’re psyched to get this album out! This is going to be a nasty record!”