Video sequences filmed by professionals from DESTRUCTIONthe performance from August 14 to Alcatraz festival in Kortrijk, Belgium can be seen below (courtesy of ARTE).
DESTRUCTION recently officially parted ways with the founding guitarist Michael “Mike” Sifringer and replaced it with Martin furia. L’Argentin, based in Belgium Furia is best known for his work as a sound engineer and producer for bands such as NERVOSA and BAD INVADERS.
Sifringer was the only member of DESTRUCTION have remained constant throughout the career of the group. Schmier Appeared on DESTRUCTIONthe first three albums of before leaving the group and being replaced by FIGHTING SPIRIT singer André Grieder. Andréthe only recorded appearance of DESTRUCTION was on the “Cracked brain” album, released in 1990. Schmier joined DESTRUCTION in 1999.
In other news, DESTRUCTION released a new single and a video, “State of apathy”, with Furiafirst recorded appearance of with the group.
“State of apathy” is available as a digital single, as well as a limited 12-inch vinyl box set with a live version of “Sign of fear” of “The live attack”, with engraving in fluorescent green or purple on side B.
DESTRUCTION released a new Blu-ray and CD, “The live attack”, August 13 via Napalm discs. The 22-song release includes footage of the band’s nearly two-hour live concert from January 2021 at the legendary Z7 venue in Pratteln, Switzerland.
DESTRUCTIONthe latest studio album by, “Born to perish”, was released in August 2019 via Nuclear explosion. The disc was DESTRUCTIONis the first to appear Randy Black on drums and second guitarist Damir Eskić.
Damir is a Swiss guitarist of Bosnian origin who works as a guitar teacher, himself being a former student of Tommy Vetterli (CORONER). He also plays in a heavy metal band called GOMORRE and has already contributed three solos to DESTRUCTION2016 album “Attack”.
DESTRUCTION 2021 is:
Schmier – Bass, Vocals
Martin furia – Guitars
Randy Black – Drums
Damir Eskić – Guitars
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