DENIAL Signs With PULVERISED RECORDS
Mexican death metallers DENIAL have inked a deal with Pulverised Records. The band is currently recording two new songs for a seven-inch EP, after which they will fully focus on writing brand new material for the upcoming second full-length album.
Says the band: "We are proud to have always worked with professional labels and real supporters of this rites of the obscure. With Pulverised Records, we now step into a cavernous deep, bestowing us with more flesh and blood to perform ghastly and unaltered invocations to those who have been lost for centuries..."
Adds Pulverised Records label manager Roy Yeo: "Having heard the 'Catacombs Of The Grotesque' album a couple of years back, we knew DENIAL had something really special going on. Their rancid stench of death metal was something that we felt would belong perfectly in our niche roster. We are extremely ecstatic to have sealed the new album deal with them, and we cannot wait to hear more atrocity from DENIAL!"
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