Madrid, Spain's HAEMORRHAGE will release its new full-length album through Relapse Records. The long-running goregrind band will begin work on its sixth studio CD this winter. In the interim, Relapse will reissue the band's classic "Grume" album as well as "Apology For Pathology". Details on these reissues will be announced shortly.

HAEMORRHAGE commented on the new partnership: "We are very happy to release our new stuff on Relapse cause is a legendary label, probably the most respected in grind/death metal. We will give our best on the new album, which we are already working on, and hopefully we will record by the end of 2009, beginning of 2010. Our hope is to have this ready for Maryland Deathfest and other great European summer festivals. We will announce the album title and other details soon."

Audio samples taken from HAEMORRHAGE's previous works can be heard online now via the band's MySpace page.

HAEMORRHAGE is confirmed for a handful of festivals this fall, including the Barbarian Wrath III and Bloodshed Fest.


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