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SIBERIAN MEAT GRINDER To Release New Album ‘Metal Bear Stomp’

SIBERIAN MEAT GRINDER To Release New Album ‘Metal Bear Stomp’

Siberian Metal Grinder

Siberian Metal Grinder

Crossover-hardcore/metal/rap phenomenon, Siberian Meat Grinder from Moscow, Russia have announced the release of it’s long-awaited second album, ‘Metal Bear Stomp’ – To be released through the Berlin-based label, Destiny Records on the 13th October 2017.

Bringing their cross-genre game to the next level, Siberian Meat Grinder have delivered an explosive sonic mix over the 12 tracks of ‘Metal Bear Stomp’ that will have you headbanging, slam dancing, finger pointing and throwing down throughout.

Speaking on ‘Metal Bear Stomp’, vocalist Vladimir said “It’s our step towards creating an ultimate street-music, mixing everything we love – thrash-metal, hip-hop, hardcore punk, graffiti…

“‘Metal Bear Stomp’ is heavier, more aggressive and even more technical. We explored areas and genres that nobody else has – mixing and melting them together in a fashion that is completely unique. We’re proud to present our improved style in the name of the mighty Bear-Tsar – Stomping all over the planet.”

Together with the one of the largest Russian crowd-funding platforms PLANETA.RU, Siberian Meat Grinder have launched a massive charity action, attached to the release of ‘Metal Bear Stomp’. Alongside all profits going to “A Gift To The Angel” foundation, which helps children with cerebral palsy, fans are able to pick up limited edition lines of merchandise, signed CDs and LPs by the band and many more exclusives.

“We play street-music and the distinctive part of the true street culture is a readiness to help those in need” – says SMG, who have a long history of doing benefit actions and raising money in support of children’s hospitals and shelters for homeless children.

‘Metal Bear Stomp’ will be released on CD, LP and Digital Download through Destiny Records on 13th October 2017



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