IMAGIKA Seek Management/Booking Agent

San Francisco power/thrash metallers IMAGIKA are soliciting worldwide management for all future band activities. The band also need the services of booking agent for immediate touring concerns. Any interested parties please can contact the group at [email protected]

IMAGIKA released their fourth full-length album, "Devils on Both Sides", in the U.S. via Mausoleum Records. The End is handling distribution for the release. The album was issued in most European territories this past March.

Work on "Devils on Both Sides" began in early 2003, with producer Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DEICIDE) originally slated to handle the whole CD. The addition of new vocalist Norman Skinner meant that the group were forces to re-write the songs and re-cut vocals which were originally done with their previous singer, causing a conflict in Neil's schedule, which resulted in the group bringing in Juan Urteaga (VILE, SKINLAB) to finish the CD. Final cover artwork for the CD was produced by IMAGIKA drummer Henry Moreno.

IMAGIKA will hit the studio in January 2006 to record the follow-up to "Devils on Both Sides" for a tentative spring 2006 release.


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