Greenville, South Carolina-based extreme metal band LECHEROUS NOCTURNE has inked a deal with Unique Leader Records. "We would like to thank Graham Landers with Deepsend Records [the group's previous label] and Erik Lindmark at Unique Leader for giving LECHEROUS NOCTURNE this great opportunity," the band writes in a statement. "LECHEROUS NOCTURNE will also be touring the U.S. this fall starting September 11 in Raleigh at Volume 11 Tavern."

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE's debut album, "Adoration of the Blade", was released through Deepsend Records.

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE was scheduled to shoot a video for the track "Kampagne" in April with director Garrett Williams (INSIDIOUS DEMISE). The song comes off "Adoration of the Blade", which was recorded at SoundLab Studio in Columbia, SC.

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE last fall announced the addition of drummer Jeremy Nissenbaum (DESPOTIC ROBOT, CYANIDE BREED) to the group's ranks. Nissenbaum replaced Dallas Toler-Wade, who left to focus on his duties as the guitarist in NILE.

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE features in its ranks Mike Poggione from MONSTROSITY/CAPHARNAUM on bass.


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