Southern California's EXMORTUS has inked a deal with New York's Heavy Artillery Records. The group's debut album, "In Hatred's Flame", is tentatively scheduled for release in April 2008.

From humble beginnings in a dusty Southeast L.A. garage in 2002, EXMORTUS have risen to become one of Southern California's top metal headliners. From clubs to backyards to basements, EXMORTUS carved its niche with its live campaign against false metal, sometimes as often as two shows a night back to back, twice a weekend. Dominating all in their path, EXMORTUS quickly made a name for itself in the L.A. metal underground playing direct support to headliners such as NECROPHAGIST, AGENT STEEL, NEVERMORE, HIRAX, HALLOWS EVE, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, SADUS, TESTAMENT and others.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/exmortus.


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