DISILLUSION Sign With METAL BLADE RECORDS

Leipzig, Germany-based metallers DISILLUSION have inked a deal with Metal Blade Records. The three-piece are currently working on their full-length debut which will be released by Metal Blade in September/October under a licensing agreement with Voice Of Life Records. All following albums will be released directly under the Metal Blade banner.

"We are all very happy about the progression DISILLUSION did during the last two years," the band said in an official statement. "We want to thank Voice Of Life Records for their support and co-operation!"

DISILLUSION had previously received outstanding reviews for their two MCDs to date, "Three Neuron Kings" and "The Porter".

For more information on DISILLUSION, visit the band's official web site at www.disillusion.de.

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