BY THE PATIENT Signs With DEATHBOUND RECORDS

Deathbound Records has announced the signing of Denmark's BY THE PATIENT, winners of the 2010 Danish edition of Wacken Open Air Metal Battle. The band's brutal sophomore album titled "Premonitions" was recorded, mixed and mastered by Jacob Bredahl (THE KANDIDATE, ex-HATESPHERE).

Commented the group in a statement: "Deathbound Records is a new label, but they have all the qualities we searched for. We are certain that Deathbound Records will take us to the next level. They are very dedicated and together we will make great things happen."

A new BY THE PATIENT song, "A Distorted Mirror Image", can be streamed using the SoundCloud player below.

BY THE PATIENT's debut CD, "Servants", came out in 2011 via Ultimhate Records.

BY THE PATIENT is:

Tan Møhl-Hansen - Vocals
Simon Sonne Andersen - Guitar
Troels Cort Nielsen - Bass
Theis Wilmer Poulsen - Guitar
Adam Schønemann - Drums

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