After 5 years, and some line up changes, the Chilean metal band NECROSIS comes back with 'Reenslaved to the machine. The album was recorded at RAF Studios, Santiago, Chile and produced by its drummer Andy Nacrur, during 2013.
The album 'Reenslaved To The Machine' is the remake of 2001's 'Enslaved To The Machine'. All the music was written by Andy Nacrur, Nataniel Infante and Cesar Añasco, except Electric Prayer, courtesy of Miguel Lara. The cover artwork was done by Aldo Rojas but it was designed by Enrique “Kike” Reyes. The layout was done by Carlos Thiers and The band photo by Sebastian Dominguez.
Currently, the album is available on all major online store and streaming services, such as iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, etc. The phisical CD will be available in November via Digmetalworld Records but the album will be released to the public via MVD Entertainment Group in North America and Plastic Head in Europe in January.
Necrosis is one of the very first bands that came out from Chile. Their first album 'The Search' was released in 1988, recorded in Chile, produced in Brazil and released via Metal Maniac Records (now Hellion Records) in Brazil. It was the very first album released in vinyl format for a Chilean band at that time. The band split up in the early nineties after Alfredo Peña's suicide and reformed around 1999, recorded 'Enslaved to the Machine (2001)' and once again split up, this time due to musical differences and lack of time.
The band expects to releasing in 2015, the remake of their album 'Reborn' originally from 2009 and finish up the works on their new new album (no name yet).