Hypertension Records has announced signing of Belgian noisegiants AMENRA. The CD version of the group's latest effort, "Mass III", will be issued on February 15, 2006.

"Mass III", which is already drawing critical acclaim from some of Europe's leading rock and metal press, was produced by The Dice, mixed by Zlaya Hadzic (SONIC YOUTH) and mastered at the Electric City studio in Belgium. The album will also contain two bonus tracks: "Ritual" and "From Birth To Grave". An exclusive MP3 is currently available for download at

Starting on January 15, to go along with this release, a limited-edition pre-order package will be made available, including a t-shirt and special DVD. All of these are one-off items will be exclusive to these packages.

AMENRA recently returned home after a succesful 10-day stint with Philadelphia-based devilcore pioneers and labelmates STARKWEATHER. The band are planning a small Belgian club tour and a larger European tour to promote the CD in spring 2006.


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