CORAM LETHE Sign With RISING REALM RECORDS

Italian melo-death metallers CORAM LETHE have inked a deal with Finland's Rising Realm Records. The group's debut album, "The Gates of Oblivion", is scheduled for release on January 25, 2005. Distribution in Europe and North America will be handled by Crash Music Inc.

"The Gates Of Oblivion" was recorded at Fear Studio in Alfonsine and Studio 73 in Ravenna, Italy. The mastering sessions took place at Fear Studios in Alfonsive.

"The Gates Of Oblivion" tentative track listing:

01. The Angels Fell
02. Shouts of Cowards
03. Dying Water Walk With Us (mp3)
04. Episode
05. Instinct
06. Oblivion
07. Hands of Lies
08. Pain Therapy for a Praying Mantis
09. Ruling Emptiness
10. Sleet

CORAM LETHE were previously signed to the Rage of Achilles label.

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