KILL DIVISION Signs With METAL BLADE RECORDS
KILL DIVISION, the Dutch metal band featuring former members of LEGION OF THE DAMNED and GOD DETHRONED, has inked a deal with Metal Blade Records. The group's debut album, "Destructive Force", will be released in the fall. The CD was recorded at Toneshed studio and was mixed and mastered at Andy Classen's Stage One studio.
Taking their experiences from LEGION OF THE DAMNED, GOD DETHRONED, ASPHYX and INHUME, Richard Ebisch (guitar, bass, vocals), Susan Gerl (guitar, vocals) and Roel Sanders (drums) decided it was time to release their combined sound on the world with a new band.
Comments KILL DIVISION: "We are thrilled about signing to Metal Blade Records, since they are a very devoted label with a remarkable history and legacy and we're really excited to be part of their metal family."
KILL DIVISION is:
Richard Ebisch - Vocals, Guitar, Bass
Susan Gerl - Vocals, Guitar
Roel Sanders - Drums
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