Swedish death metallers INEVITABLE END have inked a deal with Relapse Records. The band is currently working on its full-length debut after two previously self-released EPs.

Commented INEVITABLE END vocalist Andreas Gerdén: "We are thrilled to finally announce that we've signed a deal with Relapse Records. To be a part of their roster is an honor, and a perfect match for us. The label holds many great bands within the extreme music genre that we enjoy, so we feel confident that the cooperation with Relapse Records will help bring the band to a totally new level. And just to let you all know, we are done recording our debut album and hope for a release in the not-too-distant future. We look ahead with great enthusiasm and look forward to hopefully meet you all at a gig or two sometime soon!"

INEVITABLE END has posted a preview track, "Dreamsight Synopsis", from the band's upcoming Relapse debut at this location.


Andreas Gerdén - Vocals
Marcus Bertilsson - Guitars
Emil Westerdahl - Bass
Joakim Malmborg - Drums


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