Breda, Netherlands-based metalcore outfit DARK INTENTIONS has inked a deal with Deity Down Records for the release of the band's debut full-length. Entitled "Destined To Burn", the album was recorded at the Artsounds Studio in Belgium with Stefan Van Neerven of BORN FROM PAIN fame in the producer's chair. The CD contains 11 tracks and will be mastered at Alan Douches' West West Side Music. A June release is expected.

Two samples from the forthcoming record have been posted at this location.

DARK INTENTIONS previously released a mini-CD, "Remorse Will Die Today" through Pure & Simple Records in 2005 and a demo a year prior to the mini. Their style of music gradually evolved into a more modern version of 1980s and 1990s New York-style hardcore with slight thrash and death influences, resulting in hard-hitting, heavy yet compact songs.


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