Italian metallers CHAOSWAVE have inked a deal with Holland's DVS Records. The band will enter the studio in July to record their debut album, tentatively due in November.

"We are obviously very happy about these news, and we are looking very much forward to work together with Rene and DVS Records — a label that has a reputation for being hard-working and very fair, and have released albums [from] INTO ETERNITY, WOLVERINE, VOYAGER and more," the band write in a statement.

CHAOSWAVE had previously released a four-song CD, "Chaoswave", which was mixed by Jacob Hansen (ABORTED, HATESPHERE, RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR) at Hansen studios in Ribe, Denmark. The EP was said to combine elements of heavy, thrash and progressive metal.


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