Norwegian avant-garde metallers RAM-ZET have inked a deal with Ascendance Records. The band's fourth album, "Neutralized", is scheduled for release this fall.

"Neutralized" was recorded during 2008 and early 2009, and it "sees the band at the peak of its creativity," according to a press release. "RAM-ZET employed a lengthy, busy writing schedule with the album being mixed by Brett Caldas-Lima at Tower studio.

Demo versions of two new RAM-ZET songs — "Requiem" and "Nr. 222" — are available for streaming on the band's official MySpace page.

RAM-ZET's third album, "Intra", was released in July 2005 via Tabu Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Escape" (Spikefarm Records) was mixed in Sweden with producer Daniel Bergstrand (IN FLAMES, SOILWORK, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DARKANE, MESHUGGAH).

RAM-ZET's "And Innocence" video (taken from "Intra"):


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