EWIGKEIT Sign With EARACHE RECORDS

U.K. progressive metallers EWIGKEIT have inked a deal with Earache Records. The band's new album, "Radio Ixtlan", is scheduled for release on July 12.

EWIGKEIT (pronounced Ay-vish-kite), which means "eternity" in German, is the brainchild of James Fogarty (a.k.a. Mr. Fog). The band began life in Brighton, U.K. in the mid '90s as a studio-based project when a young Mr. Fogarty became disillusioned playing in generic thrash and metal bands. He wanted to experiment with more ambient and progressive elements in the predominantly metal-mix, resulting in the highly innovative EWIGKEIT sound.

"Radio Ixtlan" track listing:

01. About Time
02. Esc. (mp3)
03. PowerPlant
04. Journey to IXTLAN
05. Live at Palenque 2012
06. Conquer the Fear
07. Platonic Verses
08. Strange Volk
09. The New Way

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