ETERNAL REST Signs With DEEPSEND RECORDS

Deepsend Records has announced the signing of Australia's ETERNAL REST. The band's debut album, "Prophetic", will be released in early 2013. The CD was recorded and mixed by Joe Haley (PSYCROPTIC).

ETERNAL REST hails from Brisbane, Australia. The band's powerful energy can be heard on "Prophetic", but must be experienced in a live stetting to be truly appreciated. This young group is surging forward with its excellently crafted heaviness from Down Under. Their brand of death metal is a mix of IMMOLATION, PSYCROPTIC and MARTYR with a heavy dose of ass-kickery.

A pre-production recording of the track "Preaching The Decimation Of Spheres" can be streamed below.

ETERNAL REST has played with many national and international artists such as THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, ULCERATE, SYBREED and ALCHEMIST.

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