Abnormality Vocalist Mallika Sundaramurthy To Miss Band’s 2019 Tour

Abnormality vocalist Mallika Sundaramurthy has announced recently that she will be missing the band’s 2019 tour cycle due to personal reasons. You can check out what she posted on the band’s Facebook page regarding this announcement below.

Mallika from Abnormality here. Due to some personal circumstances and medical reasons, I will not be touring with the band this year.

We are sorry to say we will be CANCELLING our planned performance at CHICAGO DOMINATION FEST 2019.

OUR EUROPEAN TOUR IN JULY WILL CONTINUE AS PLANNED. I will be performing with Abnormality at only one tour-date, that is at OBSCENE EXTREME FESTIVAL. The rest of the dates the band will be performing with a fill-in vocalist. We have enlisted Czech based vocalist Daniela Neumanová (DILIGENCE, ex- KEEP ON ROTTING). She is a very brutal and aggressive vocalist, please check out her prior work and see her live with Abnormality this summer, she won’t disappoint! We encourage all our fans to please continue to support Abnormality and the entire tour package (Also with GORGASM, CENOTAPH, and UNBIRTH). Tour dates listed below.

I’m very sorry for any disappointment this may cause our fans. I look forward to seeing some of you at OEF and at a future shows. Thank you for the continued support. \m/ \m/ \m/

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Abnormality Share New Song “Monarch Alpha”

Abnormality has shared their new song recently. You can check out the stream for their song “Monarch Alpha” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Sociopathic Constructs which is due out on May 10th via Metal Blade Records.

Abnormality Unveil Music Video For “Curb Stomp”

Marlborough, Massachusetts metal band Abnormality have unveiled their new music video recently. You can check out the video for their song “Curb Stomp” below. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album Sociopathic Constructs which is due out on May 10th via Metal Blade Records.

Frontwoman Mallika Sundaramurthy commented on the album:

‘Sociopathic Constructs‘ is the result of tons of hard work and shows the progress we have made as a band since ‘Mechanisms‘. We feel the time is now for such an album, the brutality perfectly reflects the darkness, violence, and harsh reality of our world.

Guitarist Jeremy Henry added:

I think this record we felt free enough to just go where we wanted to within a song. We had no qualms with switching styles and approaches from riff to riff. To have a whole section grinding away and then just switch gears, hit the brakes and drop a slow, old school Morbid Angel warship groove in there. We felt free to follow our instincts, and just let our influences shine through.