IMAGIKA Signs With LOCOMOTIVE RECORDS

San Francisco power/thrash metallers IMAGIKA have signed a worldwide deal with Locomotive Records for the release of their new album, "Feast for the Hated". The CD is scheduled for release in Europe on April 25, 2008 (May in the rest of the world).

"Feast for the Hated" was mixed at Sweden's Sonic Train Studio with Andy La Rocque (KING DIAMOND guitarist). The album will include the following tracks:

01. Your Creator
02. New Power Rises
03. Thinning Out The Herd
04. Bleed as Oneā€¦..Appease The Gods
05. Feast For the Hated
06. Behind Immoral Eyes
07. The Sick Sense
08. Fear & Doubt
09. Waking a Dead Man
10. Succubus

In other news, IMAGIKA has parted ways with longtime bassist Elena Luciano has due to "personal issues." Her replacement is San Francisco Bay Area metal veteran Jim Pegram. Also newly added to the lineup is second guitarist Corey Krick.

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IMAGIKA recently signed a new record deal with Sleaszy Rider Records for the release of their "My Bloodied Wings" CD in Europe. The album will be repackaged and issued in January. The CD will include the bonus track "Haunt Me" and feature complete new cover art by IMAGIKA drummer Henry Moreno. The original version was released in North America by Crash Music in July 2006.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of IMAGIKA performing the song "Forever Darkness" on July 27, 2007 at Bourbon Street in Concord, California:

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