SEROTONAL Signs With UNION BLACK RECORDS
Union Black Records has announced the signing of SEROTONAL. The Liverpool, U.K.-based band is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on its debut album, "Monumental", for a mid-summer release.
Commented Union Black label owner Dan Griffiths: "SEROTONAL marks more than just the return of the most recognizable voice in metal — they are a fully functioning band with a wealth of talent and some of the most intense songs you've heard in a long time! Old and new fans alike are going to love the album when it comes out this summer! This fills a massive gap in all of our music collections and is one of the most important releases in metal in over a decade. And, having heard it, I'm confident people won't be disappointed!"
Formed in 2004 by Darren White (ex-ANATHEMA, THE BLOOD DIVINE), SEROTONAL has spent the intervening years honing its sound and touring, having appeared at a number of festivals across Europe and at Bloodstock 2008 in the U.K.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/serotonal.
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