Danish metal band DIE has inked a deal with Unique Leader Records for the release its debut album, "Rise Of The Rotten". Due on March 16, the CD was mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen (ABORTED, EXMORTEM, GOREFEST, KATAKLYSM) at his Antfarm studio in Århus, Denmark.

The label says, "Tony Sandoval did all the art, which is incredibly done in a feel witch matches the bands lyrical content perfectly.

"Unlike most releases there is seven pieces of different artwork throughout the layout.

"All in all, this is a flawless release and must-buy for all death/ extreme/ progressive metal enthusiasts past and present."

DIE's last release was the "Mors Et Sanguis" one-track demo/single, which came out in 2007.

DIE's current lineup is as follows:

Tajs Kolman – Lead Guitar
Jonas Møller - Bass
Rasmus Henriksen (PANZERCHRIST) - Rhythm Guitar
Bent Bisballe Nyeng (PANZERCHRIST) - Drums
Søren Christensen - Vocals

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