French metallers LYZANXIA have signed a worldwide deal with Reality Entertainment. The group's current album, "Mindcrimes", will receive a U.S. release on March 9.

"Mindcrimes" has already been released in Southeast Asia and France, where it was met with the expected enthusiasm and acclaim by fans and media alike, according to an official press release.

Commented vocalist/founder David Potvin: "It was important to us that we waited to get with the right label in America before releasing this record. Reality understands the whole metal scene both in the U.S. and Europe and we are excited to be with them." Reality CEO Warren Croyle added: "Although metal is not the only music we release on Reality, it is something that everyone involved with the label understands and appreciates. LYZANXIA is a genuine innovator in the metal genre and we plan to build it market by market in The States."

The band plan to follow the CD's U.S. release with a tour this summer.


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