THANATOSCHIZO: Debut Album To Be Re-Released In North America

Portuguese avantgard maniacs THANATOSCHIZO will have their debut album, "Schizo Level", re-released once again on the American continent this week through the Mexican label Sun Empire Productions. The LP will be made available in a digipack package, featuring a different front cover and a golden highlighted logo.

"Schizo Level" was originally released in 2001 through Portugal's Misdeed Records and it garnered attention due to its combination of "schizoid black metal, saxs, trumpets and ethereal doom passages," according to a press release.

THANATOSCHIZO's fourth album, "Zoom Code", was released in March via My Kingdom Music (Recital Records in Portugal). The CD was produced by Luis Barros (TARANTULA) and was mastered by Tommy Newton (CONCEPTION, HELLOWEEN). It features guest appearances by Svein Egil Hatlevik (ZWEIZZ, FLEURETY, ex-DDHEIMSGARD) and Timb Harris of ESTRADASPHERE/SECRET CHIEFS 3.

Four studio-report videos can be viewed at the band's YouTube channel.


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