Australian black/death/thrash metallers ATOMIZER have inked a deal with Poland's Agonia Records. "Having already released a picture disc version of our latest album through Agonia and having found Filip to be one of the most dedicated label managers we have had the pleasure to deal with, it is with great pride that we announce this news!" the band write on their web site.Agonia will first release ATOMIZER's third studio album, "The Only Weapon Of Choice", on CD for the world (except Australia and New Zealand). This will be followed by a reissue of ATOMIZER's first album, "The Death Of Forever", which will feature two bonus tracks, and this will be the first official worldwide CD release of this album (the original LP version was released by the French vinyl cult End All Life Productions). Agonia will complement the CD version with a picture-LP edition (200 copies) and a gatefold LP version (333 copies). All three formats will feature brand new artwork. ATOMIZER are tentatively planning to embark on a European tour in September. More information will be made available during the coming months.
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