OLYMPOS MONS Seeks New Label Home

Finnish melodic metallers OLYMPOS MONS have issued the following update:

"The negotiations with our former label concerning the [already completed] new album ['Medievil'] has taken unexpected turns. OLYMPOS MONS is not satisfied how the distribution of the debut album, 'Conquistador' [2004], was handled. Neither are we satisfyed with the explanations provided, not to mention several other issues.We have reached a dead end. The album will be released but it is still uncertain by who."

Commented vocalist Ian E. Highhill: "There's been some interesting offers, but we're still waiting for as many as possible before we make a decision. We also hope that the fans will show patience since the release will be delayed."

For more information, including an audio samples from the upcoming CD, visit www.myspace.com/olymposmons.


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