Swedish metallers REVENGIA have inked a deal with France's Manitou Music. The band comments, "After been dealing back and forth with labels for almost two (!) years now, 'Eraser' [REVENGIA's latest album] will be looking for an European release this coming spring. We are looking forward to promote the album in the best of ways. Release date will be announced soon."

REVENGIA recently parted ways with vocalist Andreas Tomasson and replaced him with Tobias Gustafsson (EUCHARIST, THE END, ARMAGEDDON, ETERNAL LIES).

"Eraser" was released in Japan on November 21, 2007 via Soundholic Records. A song from the CD, "Back to Hell", is available for download at this location.

REVENGIA last year split with ARCH ENEMY drummer Daniel Erlandsson due to scheduling conflicts. He has since been replaced by Conny Pettersson (ANATA, TRENDKILL, ETERNAL LIES).

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