Northern Germany's DREADLINK has inked a deal with Massacre Records.

According to a press release, "The history of DREADLINK began in 2009, when five experienced musicians decided to form a band, which soon became more than a band. It became a philosophy.

"DREADLINK is authentic and deep and sounds more like an engine running rough than a conventional metal band. The band switches from brutal groovy passages to melodic melancholic parts that will still crawl under your skin even if you've heard it a thousand times.

"Good songwriting and songs with a high recognition value are really important to DREADLINK. They don't focus on technical finesses — because the song itself is the most important thing."


Klas Mossakowski - Drums, Samples
Jannes Carstens-Behrens - Lead Guitar
Sascha Brüggert - Rhythm Guitar
Timo Herrmann - Bass
Raphael Adamek - Vocals

For more information, visit www.dreadlink.com.


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