Madrid, Spain-based female-fronted metallers TEARS OF MARTYR have inked a deal with Germany's Massacre Records. The band's second album, "Tales", will be released on April 26. The CD was recorded in August 2012 at the New Sin Studios in Loria, Italy, with Enrik Garcia and Luigi Stefanini.

Formed in the mid-'90s in Gran Canaria, Spain, TEARS OF MARTYR's debut album, "Entrance", was released in 2009 via STF Records.

The band was honored with the "Best Spanish Band Of The Year" award at the Female Metal Awards in 2009.

Commented TEARS OF MARTYR: "We are happy and excited to work with Massacre Records. We are looking forward to the release of 'Tales' and we hope you'll enjoy it!"

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Berenice Musa - Soprano
Miguel Angel Marqués – Guitar, Vocals
Adrián Miranda - Bass
Doramas Párraga - Drums


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