Austrian Death Machine Join Artery Recordings, Stream “I’ll Be Back”

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Tim Lambesis may still be waiting trial on allegations he attempted to hire a hitman to kill his wife, but that is not stopping his most popular side project from releasing their long-awaited, fan funded third album.

Austrian Death Machine‘s social media presence has been sparse since Tim Lambesis was initially arrested, but before all the legal drama ensued the ‘band’ was working on their third full length release. In early 2013, the group raised more than $60,000 through Indiegogo to fund the album, but the sudden incarceration of Lambesis lead many to wonder whether or not the album would be completed.

This morning, Austrian Death Machine announced they have partnered with Artery Recordings to release Triple Brutal on April 1. Those who funded the album’s release will begin receiving their packages the week prior. The full update from the band reads:

Artery Recordings has teamed up with Ahhnold to release Austrian Death Machine’s new record Triple Brutal. The record will hit retail stores and digital outlets on April 1st 2014. Triple Brutal was previously crowd funded on Indiegogo and had massive support. All contributors will start receiving their packages on March 28th. Austrian Death Machines previous record Double Brutal topped the scales and sold over 60,000 copies. Royalties from Triple Brutal will be going to the World Vision Charity. For more information on the charity you can go here. (http://www.worldvision.org)

You can preview the track I’LL BE BACK here.

You can stream “I’ll Be Back” below.

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