Dutch progressive power metallers XYSTUS have signed with The Electric Co. for the release of their debut album, "Receiving Tomorrow", tentatively due in May."Receiving Tomorrow" was produced by Rob van Boeckel at New Road studios in Wijchen, Netherlands and is being described by the group as a "13-rack journey going from symphonic to electronic, dealing with untold tales of the future, the past and human emotions." XYSTUS, who recently parted ways with keyboardist Desmond Robberegt, have announced the addition of second guitarist Bob Wijtsma to the group's ranks.
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