Danish brutal thrashers THE BURNING have signed a worldwide deal with Massacre Records. The band is currently putting the finishing touches on its full-length debut, "Storm the Walls", with producer Jacob Hansen (ABORTED, HATESPHERE, NIGHTRAGE, MERCENARY). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Gospel", "Kill the Swine" and "Warhorse". "We are confident that this is the most brutal and heavy material we have ever written, and we can't wait to bring this one on the road," says vocalist Johnny Haven.Three songs from the upcoming CD are available for streaming on the group's MySpace page. A November 9 European release date is expected. Regarding the band's new record deal, guitarist Rasmus Normand (ex-PANZERCHRIST) said, "We are extremely happy about signing with Massacre. They have so many of the old-school bands we love, and we see eye to eye on a lot of things." THE BURNING's 2006 demo, "Every Knee Shall Bow", received rave reviews and was supported by live appearances with such acts as KATAKLYSM, ABORTED, VOLBEAT and ENTOMBED. For more information, visit www.theburning.dk.
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