FLUB: (Ft. Members of Rivers Of Nihil, Alterbeast, ex-Vale of Pnath) Signs With THE ARTISAN ERA.

Sacramento, California-based experimental death metal project Flub is proud to announce their signing with rising extreme metal label The Artisan Era.

The group boasts a powerful line-up which includes Alterbeast vocalist Michael Alvarez, ex-Vale of Pnath guitarist Eloy Montes, Rivers Of Nihil drummer Jared Klein, and bassist Matthew Mud. The group was formed in 2013 by Michael, Eloy, and Jared. All three of whom have gone on to play a big role in several well known modern death metal bands in the time following the group’s two prior EP’s and standalone single which were released several years ago.

Now, the time is right for Flub to return with their finest release yet in just a few months. Stay tuned for the official announcement of their new full-length album to be made public in the coming weeks.

Flub comments on signing with The Artisan Era
“Flub is excited to be releasing our first full-length album under The Artisan Era brand. These last four years have been spent grinding away at making this album everything it could be and more. Having crafted this release with all our confidence, fears, hopes, doubts, and overall best efforts, we’re finally able to get this thing out into the world. We are stoked to unveil the fruits of labor and excited to show the fans the next level of Flub. With support from The Artisan Era, We can make this release the best it can be.”

Flub is:
Vocals: Michael Alvarez (Alterbeast)
Guitars/Programming: Eloy Montes (ex-Vale of Pnath)
Bass: Matthew Mudd
Drums: Jared Klein (Rivers of Nihil, Grindfeld)

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