Belgian thrash metal act, Deathura, signed record deal with the italian label Wormholedeath records.
The metallers will release a new album called ”Division” and it will be released on 26 October 2018 via Wormholedeath / Aural Music Group / The Orchard / Wormholedeath USA.
Band Statement : “Looking back on this experience some months after the recording, we can only confirm what we already knew. We rediscovered a world that we thought we already knew and we will never be able to thank enough the team that allowed us to live a young band’s dream. Travelling for our music, share what we have to say and live one month with friends in a small apartment has been an awesome experience. We know we still have a lot of work to do now, and we’re all impatients to see what the future holds for us. The team was really professional . We thank all of you again and we are 100% ready to promote this album. “
Spanish death metallers from Perpetual Night inks record deal with WormHoleDeath records, to release the new album ”Anatman”.
About the album: Anátman is a step forward in the maturity process of Perpetual Night. A journey through all that make us feel comfortable but rising victorious, accepting ourselves, death and getting rid of an ego that lacks real importance. A journey as a passenger of the wind to try to reach the dark horizon which melts with moor which is white because of the snow; that is Anâtman.
Canadian death metallers from Sanguine Glacialis, signed record deal with WormHoleDeath records to release their new album, Hadopelagic, which will be out on April 8th this year. Also, the band have released a video for the song ”Monsters”, which can be seen below.
Maude, vocalist of the band, stated:We took a huge step forward with this album and fans will appreciate it much more than the previous one. Everything is better in this one in my opinion. We want to show the new direction of the band. We want to show how much we’ve grown and how much the band has changed between the two albums. This album is a very dark part of my life, and it’s something that everybody lives in their own way, and I hope this album will help fans go through their own difficulties.” Lyrically, Maude avoids the usual metal clichés. “Most of the songs are personal experiences that I wrote in the form of stories and legends.