MARTYR Signs To GALY RECORDS For New Album And Reissues

Galy Records has announced the release of MARTYR's highly anticipated third studio album, "Feeding the Abscess". The new CD was recorded and mixed by Pierre Rémillard (ANVIL, GORGUTS, CRYPTOPSY, KRISIUN) and will be mastered by Alan Douches. A release date is set for October 31. Demo tracks and other unreleased tracks can be heard (not final version, low quality MP3) at the band's MySpace page.

In other news, MARTYR's back catalog will also be reissued through Galy Records. The "Hopeless Hopes" (1997) album will be re-released with a stunning new booklet, while both "Hopeless Hopes" and "Warp Zone" (2000) will be remastered by Yannick St-Amand and will contain four bonus tracks. Both reissues will be available on September 19.

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