British symphonic metallers DAMNATION ANGELS have inked a deal with Massacre Records. The band's debut album, "Bringer Of Light", was mixed and mastered by Scott Atkins at the Grindstone Studio in Ipswich, U.K. and will be released on February 22. The cover artwork was created by Jan Yrlund of Darkgrove Design.

DAMNATION ANGELS was formed in late 2006 and has gained a reputation for huge drum beats, monstrous riffing, powerful and expertly performed vocals — all blended with the massive power of the orchestra.

Their "Shadow Symphony" EP was released in 2009 and got rave reviews.

They've perfected their live performance while playing many shows in the U.K., sharing the stage with such bands as SABATON.

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DAMNATION ANGELS will make their U.S. live debut at this year's ProgPower USA festival in September in Atlanta, Georgia.


William Graney - Guitar, Orchestration, Backing Vocals
Per Fredrik "PelleK" Asly - Vocals
John Graney - Drums
Stephen Averill - Bass
Dawn Trigg - Piano


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