KOLDBRANN Sign New Record Deal

Norwegian black metallers KOLDBRANN have signed a contract with the German record- and distribution company Twilight-Vertrieb. Twilight-Vertrieb will re-issue the group's long-sold-out debut album, "Nekrotisk Inkvisition", on CD and LP as well as release the band's next full-length album, tentatively scheduled for 2005.

The release date for "Nekrotisk Inkvisition" is set for November 29. The new version of the album will feature new/altered cover art and lyrics that have never been published before.

KOLDBRANN will be teaming up with ENDSTILLE for a German tour, dubbed "Anti-Trigger Tour 2004", beginning in early December. A list of currently confirmed concert dates can be found at this location.

KOLDBRANN recently announced the addition of longtime friend Geir Antonsen as the group's touring guitarist.


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