U.K. death metallers ONSETCOLD have inked a deal with Ukdivision Records/Plastic Head. The group's debut album will be recorded in Italy in August for an October release.

Carlo of Alkemist Fanatix, who handled the contract negotiations, stated: "The first time I came across ONSETCOLD's brutal and devastating sound I was totally blown away. This band is killer and I gladly helped them to sign with Ukdivision. I am sure that they will gain a solid reputation and once again, I am sure, I saw very far."

Vocalist Shaq commented: "Good news has come for ONSETCOLD. We have been signed by Ukdivision Records, a newly based label in the U.K., and we will be releasing a full-length album with worldwide distribution later in the year. We are all very happy about this move and look forward to showing you our new tracks. It's going to be brutal."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/onsetcold.


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