Veteran Italian metallers MERENDINE ATOMICHE have inked a deal with with Locomotive Records for the release of their third full-length album, entitled "Rude Rebel Brotherhood". The CD was recorded at New Sin studios in Loria - Treviso, Italy and was produced by Luigi Stefanini and Chris Caffery (SAVATAGE, TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA), who also played and sang on the disc. A video for the title track was shot and will be premiered in late January.

"Rude Rebel Brotherhood" will follow the same hard rock thrash metal vein that was featured on the band's last effort, "Raw" (2006). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Ignorance", "No, I Can't", "Summer Meal", "Burnt", "Hope", "Helmet", "Captain Venice", "Rise of the Lion", "Just for Us" and "Rude Rebel Brotherhood".

MERENDINE ATOMICHE's 2003 release, "Walk Across Fire", along with their demo, mini-CD, and tribute to METALLICA, established the band's powerful sound, mixing a classic thrash metal style with elements of hardcore and pure heavy metal.

"Raw" was produced by prominent metal guitarist Jack Frost, who has performed with SAVATAGE, SEVEN WITCHES and many other bands.

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