NACHTMYSTIUM Signs With CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS

Chicago's psychedelic-themed black metal act NACHTMYSTIUM has issued the following update:

"We're proud to announce today that we've officially signed a two-album deal with Century Media Records for North America! We're also finalizing our new deal for Europe and Asia with Candlelight Records U.K.

"First release up will be 'Eulogy IV' via Century Media, who will be keeping this title in-print permanently after two very limited releases of this title over the last three years. Expect this to hit stores sometime in the next 2-3 months.

"We leave for our tour with WATAIN and ANGELCORPSE here in a few days, hope to see you maniacs on the road once again! We're honored to have session drummer Zack Simmons from GOATWHORE filling in for us on this tour after the untimely departure of our latest drummer, Jean Graffio. We've parted ways with Jean and we wish him the best of luck with his other projects and future endeavors."

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