Spanish female-fronted symphonic metallers DIABULUS IN MUSICA have inked a worldwide deal with Napalm Records. The band's sophomore album will be released in March 2012.

Comments the group: "We feel extremely happy and proud to start working hand-in-hand with one of the biggest labels in our genre today. We both share a similar enthusiasm towards the new album, which is why we feel confident about our future and are strongly motivated.

"Our upcoming release is full of passion, energetic, yet delicate, and also a big step forward in our music. We are sure that this new deal with Napalm Records will bring our music to the next level!"

Formed in 2006, DIABULUS IN MUSICA's sound is described as "symphonic with gothic elements, although their influences are diverse."

DIABULUS IN MUSICA's debut album, "Secrets", was released in May 2010 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was engineered by Spanish producer Iaki Llarena and was mixed by former EPICA guitarist Ad Sluijter. It was mastered by Sascha Paeth, Simon Oberender and Michael "Miro" Rodenberg at Gate studios in Wolfsburg, Germany.


Zuberoa Aznrez: Vocals
Gorka Elso: Keyboards
Adrin M. Vallejo: Guitars
Alex Sanz: Bass Guitar
Xabi Jareo: Drums


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