Portuguese avant-garde maniacs THANATOSCHIZO have inked a deal with My Kingdom Music for the release of their fourth album, "Zoom Code". The CD was produced by Luis Barros (TARANTULA) and was mastered by Tommy Newton (CONCEPTION, HELLOWEEN) and features guest appearances by Timb Harris (ESTRADASPHERE) and Svein Egil Hatlevik (ZWEIZZ, FLEURETY, ex-DØDHEIMSGARD). A March 21 release is expected (one week earlier in Portugal through Recital Records).

"Zoom Code" track listing:

01. Thick n' Blurry
02. L.
03. Hereafter Path
04. (Un)bearable Certainty
05. Pleasure Pursuit
06. The Shift
08. Pale Blue Perishes
09. Pervasive Healing
10. Nothing As it Seems
11. Awareness

Four studio-report videos can be viewed at the band's YouTube channel, where one can also find cool TV footage about metal that has aired on Portuguese TV since the early '90s.


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