MACABRE’s Human Stew Contest Via MetalSucks; Band Interviews Available

Today the public has a chance to sink their teeth into some vintage MACABRE nostalgia in the form of Jeff Boyardee’s Old Fashioned Human Stew! This mysterious but wholesome canned delight was concocted by the band themselves in the Dahmer album era. As it reads on the label: “Finally a human stew prepared the way Jeff prepared it himself. We start by individually hand-separating fresh humans. We smother the meat with a delightful assortment of seasoned spices and slow simmer with a variety of garden vegetables. The result is a wholesome and hearty meal that is delicious and satisfying. Jeff Boyardee Old Fashioned Human Stew is Macabre-licious.”

Check out the contest MetalSucks cooked up for MACABRE’s stew at this location now!

In celebration of the band’s brand new full-length Grim Scary Tales, MACABRE vocalist/guitarist Corporate Death will be available for telephone interrogations over the coming weeks. The first available dates with the madman include the evenings of Wednesday, February 9th and Wednesday, February 16th. Interested parties should get in touch with the gravediggers over at Earsplit PR right away to confirm a spot.

To be released on the band’s own Decomposed Records as always, Grim Scary Tales is directly licensed for North American release on February 8th via Willowtip Records, and in Europe January 31st on Hammerheart Records.

“The band’s newest opus, and first proper full-length since 2003’s Murder Metal, is as off-the-wall as anything they’ve produced to date. Every bit the raucous, gore-grind slab of still-quivering meat fans have come to expect from the band, Grim Scary Tales is another one in the win column for this now legendary trio. ” – MetalSucks

“…this odd, transgressive, audacious record will be like manna from the drill-hole in the head of a Dahmer acid zombie for those who can abide a healthy dose of absurdity in their brutality. 8/10” – Decibel

“Blending elements of death metal, thrash, nursery rhymes, country rock, circus music, chamber music, a weird old town crier and even some world music themes Macabre takes the listener on a twisted sonic journey on every track.” – Metal Army America

“…their approach is utterly distinctive, with snappy, unfailingly energetic songs, based around either crisp machine gun death metal riffs or crunching, hooky mid-tempo grooves.” – Metal Reviews

“It’s a little more mature for Macabre but that’s more in the evolutionary sense. They still make room for a lot of humor.” – Stereokiller

“…the technical synchronicity that the band is capable of is nothing less than awe inspiring, and new fans just discovering Macabre with this disc might not fully appreciate their capability. 4/5” – Metal Rules