Pennsylvania-based death metallers DIVINE RAPTURE have inked a deal with France's Listenable Records. The group will release their new album, "The Burning Passion", in September/October. The self-produced effort was tracked and engineered by Ron Vento at Nightsky Studios in Maryland and was mixed and mastered by Babak Davodian at Transcend Studios in New York.

"DIVINE RAPTURE is very excited about joining the Listenable team as they have the reputation for extreme hard work and substance that will bring this record to a new level!!" the band said in an official statement. "Labelmates include NY death metal giants IMMOLATION as well as CENTURIAN, VILE, ABORTED and many others!! Expect a new wave of the brutality and progressive melody you've come to know from DIVINE RAPTURE!!!"


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