Italy's MY BLACK LIGHT Signs With MASSACRE RECORDS

Italian female-fronted metallers MY BLACK LIGHT have inked a deal with Germany's Massacre Records.

MY BLACK LIGHT was formed in 2008 by keyboardist/vocalist Rodolfo Coda Bertetto and singer Monica Primo, both of whom shared a passion for metal, especially gothic metal.

Even though they had been playing this kind of music for years in different cover bands, it wasn't until early 2008 that they decided to try and write their own songs and bring them to light through a new project.

MY BLACK LIGHT's debut album, "Human Maze", was released digitally last November.

MY BLACK LIGHT is:

Monica Primo - Vocals
Rodolfo Coda Bertetto - Keyboards and Vocals
Emanuele Rossi - Guitar
Marco Peraldo - Bass Guitar
Edoardo Giordani - Drums

For more information, visit www.myblacklight.com.

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