Colombian death/black metal assassins NEPENTE have inked a deal with Singapore-based independent record label Sonic Blast Media for the worldwide release on the band's sophomore album, "Suffering Is The Seed".

Previously available through the band, the CD will be unleashed though Sonic Blast on February 15. The vinyl version of "Suffering Is The Seed" will come later this year courtesy of badGod Music.

Sonic Blast Media's Imran Manoff commented, "We are very pleased to have NEPENTE join our ever-growing Sonic Blast Media family. 'Suffering Is The Seed' is an extraordinary album which borders on death/ black metal and at times grindcore; and I am sure the fans will enjoy it!."

"Suffering Is The Seed" was mixed and mastered at Poland's Hertz Studio (VADER, HATE, BEHEMOTH, DECAPITATED).


José F. Ospina (vocals)
Mauricio Aristizábal (drums)
Esteban Daza (guitar)
Wilmar Correa (bass)
Pablo Vaquez (guitar)


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