PREJUDICE Sign With SLEASZY RIDER RECORDS
Belgian death metallers PREJUDICE have inked a deal with Greece's Sleaszy Rider Records. The group will enter Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland in September to begin recording their fourth album, tentatively due on January 15, 2007. Mixing duties will be handled by Tue Madsen at Antfarm in Aarhus, Denmark. "Who will master the new album we don't know it 100% yet at this given point but we have Cutting Room in Sweden in mind!" the band write on their web site. "Who will do the layout, we [will] reveal that later on."
Regarding what the fans can look forward to on the upcoming CD, the group write, "Expect nothing less then 'Dominion of Chaos' [the group's third album, which was released in 2003 on Painkiller Records]; we'll raise the benchmark of 'Dominion of Chaos' to a higher brutal extreme level."
In other news, Sleaszy Rider Records will be reissuing all of PREJUDICE's previous albums: 1996's "Broken Promises" (featuring the band's demo as bonus), 2001's "Reality" (which will be remixed) and 2003's "Dominion of Chaos" (re-mastered). The first of the reissues will arrive in March just before the band's European tour with SUHRIM.
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