DJEVEL Signs With AFTERMATH MUSIC
Norwegian black metallers DJEVEL (Norwegian word for "devil") have inked a deal with Aftermath Music. The band's debut album, "Dødssanger", will be recorded later this month for a spring/summer release on both CD and vinyl. The cover artwork will be created by DJEVEL's T. Ciekals and Truls Espedal, who has previously worked with ENSLAVED.
DJEVEL was formed in June 2009 when T. Ciekals decided to disband his previous group, LJÅ. With a lot of material already composed for the next LJÅ album, he decided to put all this and more into DJEVEL. Initially DJEVEL was supposed to be a one-man project but it has slowly grown into something resembling a band.
DJEVEL consists of T. Ciekals, who writes all the music and lyrics, and Erlend (lead vocals; KVELERTAK). The group's recording lineup is completed by Mannevond (bass; KOLDBRANN, URGEHAL), and Anders (drums).
DJEVEL demo recordings:
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/djevelmakt.
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