KUBLAI KHAN Signs With ARTERY RECORDINGS

KUBLAI KHAN Signs With ARTERY RECORDINGS

North Texas metalcore quartet KUBLAI KHAN has inked a deal with Artery Recordings. The band's new album, "Balancing Survival & Happiness", will be released on April 29.

In addition to making a loud, deadly racket with its music, KUBLAI KHAN views its music as a platform for expression of the issues and problems that plague their plugged-in generation. In this day and age when millennials have their noses buried in their iPhones while the real world passes them by, KUBLAI KHAN brings back that visceral, grab-you-by-the-nape-of-the-neck snarl that forces listeners to pay attention in the here and now.

The band's message is one of hope, even though it is encased in a brutal, fangs-bared package.

For a taste of the band's metallic maelstrom, check out the teaser clip below.

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KUBLAI KHAN heads out on the road in March as part of "The Best in Brutality Tour", featuring OCEANO, BROKEN HOPE, FALLUJAH and RIVERS OF NIHIL.

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