Singaporean blackened warbeasts IMPIETY have inked a deal with Hells Headbangers for the release of a new single and full-length album for 2013.

IMPIETY has worked with Osmose Productions and Agonia Records, and most recently had its eighth album, "Ravage & Conquer", issued through Pulverised Records.

"I've long admired the works of Hells Headbangers. They have always put out killer albums from dedicated bands and it came by much surprise recently that they have shown great enthusiasm and concern to work with us," says IMPIETY frontman Shyaithan. "We definitely look forward to an infernal 2013 with Hells Headbangers."

After their November European tour with ENTHRONED and FORGOTTEN TOMB, IMPIETY will complete the songwriting for its four-song mini-CD titled "The Impious Crusade".

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"Ravage & Conquer" was recorded, mixed and mastered over the course of two weeks at Studio 47 in Singapore and featured cover art by renowned illustrator Lord Sickness (SABBAT, WITCHAVEN, ZYGOATSIS).


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