Norway's dark/glam rock act MALICE IN WONDERLAND have inked a deal with the Norwegian label Karisma Records. The band will enter the studio before the end of the month to begin recording their debut album, tentatively due in September.

Commented singer Chri$ Wicked: "At this point in our career, we think Karisma Records is an excellent choice for MALICE IN WONDERLAND, and we're very satisfied with the deal. We're looking forward to head in to the studio and record a bunch of killer songs."

MALICE IN WONDERLAND's last release was a four-song EP, entitled "Sin & Decadence" (2002). Three full-length cuts from the EP ("Nightclub, Sin & Decadence", "Dancing With You" and "My Heart Belongs To You") plus two brand-new pre-production/demo clips ("Devildance", "Perfect Drug") can be downloaded at this location.


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