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Imicus signed to Transcend Records in 2009 and released their debut single “Visceral” on October 19th 2009. The single is supported by a video that is on rotation on Scuzz TV. The Visceral single is the first track taken from the debut album, Animal Factory, released on May 24th 2010.

Just this year Imicus have taken breaks from the studio to appear at a number of high profile festivals including:-

- Hellfire I – alongside Breed 77, Exit Ten, Sabbat, and many more. Read more on Last.fm

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Album: Imicus – Animal Factory

May 18th, 2010

Imicus
Animal Factory
Transcend Records
24 May 2010

by Tom Dare

Although it may not be the most credible thing to admit to, most metal fans in their mid to late twenties probably grew up listening to alternative and nu-metal. We would all like to claim we were listening to something more underground or more fondly remembered, but if you’re honest you’ve all got records by Spineshank or Coal Chamber in the CD rack. And with their debut record Animal Factory, brave young Brits Imicus display exactly why that is.

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Download Festival announces 14 new bands; pub talk reveals 1 more?

April 21st, 2010

Download Festival has announced Suicidal Tendencies, Skin (the band or the woman? We don’t really know – or for that matter care), Genitorturers, Killing For Company, Godsized, Max Raptor, The Morning After, Ben Poole, Funeral Party, Imicus, The Humour, The Dead Lay Waiting, T-34 and esOterica have all been added to their line-up for Donington this summer. About half of those bands will be playing on The Red Bull Bedroom Jam Stage (aka The Tiny Shitty Fourth Stage), which is hardly surprising considering most of them are A) tiny, and B) shitty.

Apparently The Plight are confirmed for the festival as well. We got that little tidbit in a pub last weekend though when we were a fair few pints in, rather than cribbing it off a press release, so who knows if that’s legit or not?