German death metallers DISBELIEF will enter MX studio in Buchen, Germany in January 2009 with producer Michael Mainx to begin recording their new album, "Protected Hell", for an April 17, 2009 release via Massacre Records. The LP will be available as a limited-edition digipack and regular jewel case CD. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Nemesis Rising", "The Hell Goes On", "Room 309", "A Place To Hide" and "The Dark Soundscapes".On February 6, DISBELIEF will debut new material at the Headbangers Ballroom in Hamburg, Germany. The official "Protected Hell" release party will be held on April 24 at Frankenlandhalle in Buchen (BW), Germany. DISBELIEF's seventh album, "Navigator", was released in February 2007 via Massacre Records. DISBELIEF re-signed with Massacre Records after issuing their previous CD, "66Sick" (2005), through Nuclear Blast Records.
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