GENGHIS TRON Signs To RELAPSE RECORDS

Relapse Records has announced the signing of avant-garde rock extremists GENGHIS TRON. The band commented: "We're incredibly excited to be joining the Relapse family. The three of us have been huge fans of the label since the dawn of time and we can't wait to work with them on our future releases.'

The new Philadelphia transplants recently released the critically acclaimed full-length "Dead Mountain Mouth" and are working on writing the follow-up effort. "We're currently building a bold, psychedelic bridge to Godcity Studios where we'll be recording our next album in August with Kurt Ballou," the band said. "Thanks to some serious unemployment we've been fully immersed in erecting said bridge — working eight hours or more a day, seven days a week on new material. It's sounding insane and awesome and entirely indescribable. We're stoked."

GENGHIS TRON's latest material can be heard via the band's MySpace page.

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