Innerstrength Records has announced the addition of North Carolina's LABYRINTHE. The band will enter the studio in early spring to record its debut album for a late 2009 release. Besides laying down new material, they will re-record the tracks "Tentacle Rape" and "Rambos Revenge".

Since the band's inception, LABYRINTHE has adopted a take-no-prisoners attitude towards the metal/hardcore scene. With a constant show schedule and new material being released on a regular basis, they have captured a sizeable fan base not only in their home state, but in areas abroad. The group's members have all previously played in well-known acts, including A STAINED GLASS ROMANCE, THE FIRE THE FLOOD, CHYME and THE ETHEREAL. Since the band's beginning, the goal has remained the same; to create a unique death metal sound, but stay true to the band's hardcore roots in terms of heaviness.

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