Italian death metal veterans WORSTENEMY have inked a deal with Wormholedeath/Aural Music Group. The band's debut album, "Revelation", will be released in the spring worldwide through Aural Music Group, with a further help from Grom Records in the Eastern countries. The album was recorded and mixed at Mathlab Recording Studio in Italy with producer Jonathan Mazzeo and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finvox Studios in Finland.

Commented Wormholedeath A&R rep "Worm": "WORSTENEMY is a solid band since 1997 and finally they have found their way with this great new album. Wormholedeath decided to support them as they never gave up in 15 years of hard work and struggle. This is not a release for death metal fanatics only, as we are sure that fans from many other musical styles will love this very fresh and tuneful release. Check WORSTENEMY out, this is not only a sonic assault… this is true passion for death metal and underground."


Mario Pulisci (vocals, guitar)
Andrea "Döf" Fodde (drums)
Elena Zoccheddu (bass)

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