Canadian heavy metal veterans DIVINITY recently announced the release of their new CD, "Allegory", due on July 28.After rising to the top of Alberta's metal scene with 10 years experience, playing live with influential bands such as INTO ETERNITY, KATAKLYSM and CANNIBAL CORPSE and garnering a growing international fanbase, DIVINITY is determined to expose as many people as possible to the new material on "Allegory". The new CD was mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen, who has worked with THE HAUNTED, ABORTED, THREAT SIGNAL, and MNEMIC. The vocals were recorded in one of Calgary's top studios, The Beach. DIVINITY's Canadian tour will run from late July to early September, including dates in Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver. They will be sharing the stage with metal acts BLASPHEMY, MORTERRA, EXIT STRATEGY, UNHUMAN, CRADLE TO GRAVE, and ENTROPIA. A preview of the new CD is available at DIVINITY's official web site, as well as the band's MySpace page. Two new MP3s, "Plasma" and "Induce", are currently up for download.
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