WYRD Signs With MORIBUND RECORDS

Moribund Records has announced the signing of Finland's WYRD, one of the underground's preeminent pagan metal bands.

Formed and fronted by erstwhile AZAGHAL guitarist Narqath, WYRD has released eight full-length albums over the past decade, each one more celebrated than the next, on a number of cult underground labels, including Avantgarde, Solistitium, Millenium Metal Music, Omvina, and Naga Productions. Now, Narqath brings his muse and WYRD to Moribund Records, and is currently working on the band's ninth full-length album, to be titled "Death of the Sun". Narqath also intimates that plans are afoot for a professional promo video, and that mixing/mastering duties for "Death of the Sun" will likely be handled by a high-profile metal producer.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/wyrdfinland.

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