Grave Pleasures (ex-Beastmilk) announce new drummer and ink deal with Sony Music

Uno Bruniusson of Sweden’s In Solitude joins Grave Pleasures, the band formerly known as Beastmilk.

The band have signed a record deal with Sony Music including Australia. They head into the studio this may with award-winning producer Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Killing Joke) and will release their new album in Spetember 2015.

Grave Pleasures now complete their impressive and illustrious lineup with new drummer Uno Bruniusson (co-founding member of now laid to rest Swedish band In Solitude, drummer for Procession) who has joined their ranks in April 2015. Bruniusson’s vast experience, accomplished drumming flair and eclectic range of styles consummates the Grave Pleasures lineup into a formidable force to be reckoned with.

Bruniusson marries his metal to singer/songwriter and founding member Mat “Kvohst" McNerney (also of Hexvessel), original Beastmilk bassist Valtteri Arino, guitarist/song-writer Linnéa Olsson (founding member and song-writer of The Oath and Sonic Ritual) who had joined Beastmilk earlier in 2014, and new live/studio guitarist Juho Vanhanen of well-known Finnish blackmetal titans Oranssi Pazuzu.

As self-styled apocalyptic post-punks, Beastmilk were one of the most talked-about bands in recent times. Their 'painful war-cry of the eternally doomed,' as one journalist described it, resonated with fans of all genres.

In early 2015 they announced that co-founding guitarist Johan Snell had departed their ranks, and the band will continue under the new moniker of Grave Pleasures. But the rumbling grassroots momentum which built up behind them, has now transformed into something much, much bigger as Grave Pleasures announces that they have inked a deal with Sony. Heading into the studio with Tom Dalgety, frontman Mat McNerney proclaims that we can 'expect a recording of raw, wild, intense and desperate punk that could ignite any dank bunker or collapse a stadium.'

McNerney expands on their vision by describing the debut album Climax as a 'brief introduction.' He claims that 'The new songs are so raw and so vital, that they delve much deeper. We’re not stopping at a prologue, we’re heading straight for the zenith of our sonic love affair with the apocalypse.'  The future of this band is surely going to be as unprecedented and extraordinary as its inception.The end has only just begun.

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