Swedish gore death masters DERANGED have inked a deal with Regain Records. The band, which parted ways with Listenable Records in February, will enter the studio in August to begin recording its new album, "The Red Light Murder Case", for a November 2007 release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Death Walks on High Heels", "Strip Nude for your Killer", "Watch Me When I Kill", "Too Young Too Die", "The Killer Wore Black Gloves", "So Sweet So Dead" and "The Red Light Murderess".Drummer drummer Rikard Wermen stated about the upcoming album, "It is the best musical work we have so far accomplished under the name DERANGED. It's brutal and insane, and will hopefully leave you dead with a broken neck in the pit." In other news, DERANGED has made the lyrics to its last album, "Obscenities in B Flat" (2006), available via the band's MySpace page.
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