Deconbrio is releasing the 10th Anniversary Edition of their debut album “Obsessions of a False Idol” on August 10, 2018.
Unlike other “Anniversary Edition Re-releases”, the debut album - which turned 10 years old in February - is being re-recorded, re-mixed, and re-mastered; and will be receiving a physical release.
I wanted to take a moment to give a shout-out to an amazing company. We needed a place to get shirts made for our Indiegogo backers, so I went on the hunt for people and places who could help me out. I stumbled upon ooShirts and - after checking out their site and gauging prices - I decided to give them a shot.
First, we tested out their direct-to-garment printing for the backers’ shirts. The price was really affordable and they included ground shipping at no additional cost. We ended up getting the shirts ahead of schedule. What I was most excited about was the quality. The print came out way better than I had hoped!
Then came the time to order more shirts to sell at shows. This time, I wanted to see what their screen-printing was like. Again, the price was unbeatable and ground shipping was included. When these shirts arrived, I was overcome with joy at how beautiful these came out.
So, if you’re looking to get shirts made for an event, or your a band looking to get shirts to sell at shows, I definitely recommend ooShirts. Their site is pretty simple to use, the prices are great, the quality is phenomenal, and their customer service is extremely helpful (thankfully, I’ve only had to call them once, but it was to approve the potential quality loss on the wings).
Check them out online: http://www.ooshirts.com
Review by Rock and Roll Fables
Mixing industrial, metal, groove, and rawk into a unique amalgamation, Deconbrio sound defiantly triumphant on their latest full-length. From the opening call-to-arms of “The End”, Deconbrio immediately demand your attention and from here on out, shit gets even realer.
Review by Head Full of Noise
Overall though, with decent Industrial being few and far between these days, Deconbrio are helping to bring that sound closer to the forefront. “Hail to the Liar’s Throne” is worth a listen. Especially for fans of 90’s Industrial Rock that miss that sound.
Review by ReGen Magazine
Seething with sociopolitical fervor and introspective venom, the latest full-length album from Deconbrio firmly and fervently marks the band’s territory in the American industrial/rock market.