INFERNAL MAJESTY Sign with GALY RECORDS, New Album Due In April

Long-running Canadian thrashers INFERNAL MAJESTY have inked a deal with Galy Records. The group's long-awaited new CD, "One Who Points to Death", is scheduled for release on April 6.

The 47-minute CD, which was recorded by Sho at Profile Sound Studios in Vancouver, Canada and mastered by Pierre Remillard at Wild Studios in St-Zenon , Quebec, Canada, contains the following track listing:

01. Death of Heaven
02. Pestilential Eternity
03. Angels and Acid
04. Honey Tongue of Satan
05. Hysterion Proteron
06. Cathedral of Hate
07. Virgin Blood Tastes Purest At Night
08. One Who Points To Death

"One Who Points to Death" (view cover here) is "packed with old school thrash crunch and modern death metal intensity," according to an official press release.

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