Philadelphia's DYSRHYTHMIA has inked a worldwide recording deal with Relapse Records. The band — drummer Jeff Eber, guitarist Kevin Hufnagel and bassist Clayton Ingerson — will enter Chicago's Electrical Audio Studios in late January with engineer Steve Albini (NIRVANA, HELMET, NEUROSIS) to record their as-yet-untitled new album. The album will include the songs "Bastard", "My Relationship", "And Just Go..." , "Heatsink", "Annihilation II", "Annihilation I", "Catalog Of Personal Faults" and "Touch Benediction".

"DYSRHYTHMIA is very excited to begin working with Relapse," commented Hufnagel. "It's nice to know that after 3 1/2 years of doing it ourselves, someone has been brave and confident enough to step in and work with a band like us. It's something new for both sides and we're highly anticipating what the future will hold."


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