RAZOR – New album title, tracklisting revealed

RAZOR - New album title, tracklisting revealed

The legendary Canadian thrash metal band Razor recently completed work on the long-awaited follow-up to Decibels from 1997. Cycle Of Contempt – the band’s ninth studio album – will be released sometime in 2022 via Relapse Records and will include the following tracks:

Flames of Hatred
“Jabroni”
“From my medicine”
“A bitter pill”
“Crossed”
“First great hatred”
“Cycle of contempt”
“Setup”
“Punk your face in”
“Fist fight”
“Darkness falls”
“King Shit”

Upcoming Razor live shows include:

Able to
22 – Rickshaw Theater – Vancouver, BC (with Sacrifice, Exciter, Witches Hammer)

June
3/4 – Very ‘Eavy Festival – Stadskanaal, Holland

Razor guitarist / founder Dave Carlo recently launched a fundraising campaign in support of his wife, Rose, who needs a lot of help with cancer treatment.

A message from Dave follows …

“Hi, I’m Dave Carlo. I’m collecting for my beautiful wife Rosanna. Rose is an amazing wife, an even better mother to our two children. Our son has autism and a number of extremely difficult challenges in his life. My daughter has Borderline personality disorder and OCD and she has attempted suicide three times over the last 5 years, fortunately without success.The last attempt was October 2020 where she jumped down from a bridge and broke her back.Although Rose at the time was in chemotherapy, was at Patricia’s bed in the hospital all the time.Rose’s devotion to her family is heroic.

In June 2020, Rose had a gallbladder attack and was scheduled to have her gallbladder removed. During that surgery, they discovered cancer on the outside of her gallbladder. Usually, the prognosis for gallbladder cancer is very poor, but because it was found by chance, it was still at a very early stage. A follow-up operation to remove part of her liver and some regional lymph nodes unfortunately showed some cancer in her lymph nodes. She underwent a year of chemo with limited results and was referred for clinical trials at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, Canada. Unfortunately, what appeared to be indifference to Rose’s need for timely assistance led to constant delays and four months without any treatment. Now the cancer has developed from stage 2 to early stage 4, completely due to lack of action from the people responsible for her care.

When I realized that time was wasted in a way that was far more freaked out than one would expect in these circumstances, I contacted the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota in October 2021. I sent them all pathological slides, pictures, and test reports (using by our amazing GP), we got a team of nurses and doctors in place at the Mayo Clinic to provide guidance on what to do to help Rose.

Rose will probably have to go to Minnesota to get treatment, but the cost is very high. The costs already incurred to cover all reviews and analyzes of reports at the Mayo Clinic have increased and will continue to increase as they become involved to assist her further. But their input and guidance is absolutely crucial at this point in trying to save my wife. My kids really need and are addicted to this wonderful lady (not to mention what she means to me !!). We have reviewed the upcoming financial requirements for her treatments and we ask via fundraiser to try to raise about 50% of what is needed. I’m honestly a little embarrassed to have to do this, but with my wife’s life hanging in the balance, I have no choice. I would give my own life to save her if I could.

Rose has just turned 61 years old. Her mother is alive and is about to turn 88, so if we can get Rose in remission, she has a great chance for many years ahead of her.

If you are able to help and are willing to do so, we would be extremely grateful. Those of you who know me as a professional musician know that I am committed to doing something to give back in any way I can to thank you for your help. “

Visit the GoFundMe page here and watch a video message from Dave below:

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