Swedish metalcore act IMMINENCE has inked a deal with the Boston, Massachusetts label We Are Triumphant Records (which has an exclusive, worldwide distribution and merchandising agreement with Victory Records). The band's new EP, "Return To Helios", will be released on May 7. A single, "Wine & Water", was made available digitally at the end of February.
IMMINENCE signed with Orka Networks management in the begining of March. Orka will be handling all of the band's tours and promotion work in Asia.
In 2012, IMMINENCE was handpicked to play Metaltown, one of Sweden's largest metal festivals, alongside such groups as IN FLAMES, LAMB OF GOD and SLAYER.
IMMINENCE was formed in the fall of 2009, with roots in the melodic death metal genre. The project was founded by guitarist Harald Barrett and former percussionist Max Frejd in the southernmost part of Sweden.
The band's first, independently released EP, "Born Of Sirius", was recorded in March 2012.
Fredrik Rosdahl - Bass Peter Hanström - Drums Eddie Berg - Vocals Harald Barrett - Gutar Alex Arnoldsson - Guitar
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