Russia's ILLIDIANCE Signs With RIGHT RECORDINGS

Russian "cyber metal" band ILLIDIANCE has inked a deal with the English label Right Recordings. A special European edition of the group's album "Damage Theory" and single "Neon Rebels" will be made available soon.

ILLIDIANCE, formed in 2005, has gone from strength to strength in progressing their catchy electronic style metal riffs, gaining international recognition with the release of their EP "Synthetic Breed".

Commented ILLIDIANCE bandleader Dmitry "Xyrohn" Shkurin: "We hope that the fruitful cooperation with Right Recordings, enough pop-music-oriented record label will maximize our audience, and help in the further promotion of our music in the world of extreme music."

ILLIDIANCE is:

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Shkurin Dmitry (Xyrohn) - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Shkurin Artem (Syrex) – Clean Vocals, Screams
V.Ripper - DJ
Konstantin Kalkatinsky - Drums
Ilay Cain - Bass

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