Nuclear Blast Records has announced the signing of U.K. death metallers ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY. The band will enter the studio in April to record the follow-up to 2008's "Before The Throne Of Infection" for a mid-2009 release via Siege of Amida Records in the U.K. and Nuclear Blast in the rest of the world.

Commented the band: "We are extremely excited to be part of the Nuclear Blast family alongside so many of our favourite bands such as DECREPIT BIRTH, PSYCROPTIC, DIMMU BORGIR, SUFFOCATION any tons more. We feel with a force like NB now in our corner along with our longtime U.K. label, Siege of Amida Records. Nothing can stand in our way; this opens up a whole lot of new doors for us."

ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY was formed in late 2006 with the purpose of writing aggressive low-end death metal and playing it with passion, aggression and determination.

The band mixes old and new-school death metal to form its own brand of aggressive death.

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