Dutch death metallers SEVERE TORTURE have inked a deal with Season Of Mist. The band is currently at Split Second Sound Studios in Amsterdam with producer Jochem Jacobs working on its upcoming fifth album for a spring/summer release.

Commented bassist Patrick Boleij: "We are very excited about signing to Season Of Mist! They have an amazing band roster and we can't wait to release our new album on the same label as THE DILLINGER ESCAPSE PLAN, CYNIC, MORBID ANGEL, WATAIN and many others. We already had our share of label experience in the past, some good, some bad, and we have the feeling that working with Season Of Mist is going to be a big step up for us!"

SEVERE TORTURE's latest album, "Sworn Vengeance", was recorded at Excess Studios and Pit Studio in Holland during April 2007, while the mixing sessions took place in June at Hertz Studios in Poland. The band enlisted the help of Jason Netherton (MISERY INDEX) and Che Snelping (ex-BORN FROM PAIN) for the track "Buried Hatchet" on which both contribute guest vocals.


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