DAWN OF AZAZEL Part Ways With AGONIA RECORDS, Finish Recording New Album

New Zealand-based death/grind outfit DAWN OF AZAZEL have issued the following update on the recording sessions for their sophomore album:

"Recording of all tracks for our second album was completed on May 15. Mixing and mastering will take place at Kog Studios over the next three weeks, by which time the artwork should also be completed. Were pleased to announce the material is far more intense, heavy and brutal than the first album, and we should have an mp3 and artwork posted on the site in the next few weeks. Photos with the new line up can be found here. Also, we have left Agonia Records, and are currently in the final stages of securing a new deal, which includes a substantial U.S. tour. More details will be posted this is finalised. We hope to have the new album available worldwide early in the second half of the year."

DAWN OF AZAZEL recently announced the addition of drummer Martin Cavanagh to the group's ranks.


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