Pennsylvania-based death metallers POLTERCHRIST have signed a deal with France's Season of Mist Records.

Drummer Brian Deal commented, "We are ecstatic about the signing. We have been sweating our blood into POLTERCHRIST for many years. It feels great. Our only goal has been to get our music out to the entire world. We're thrilled that Season of Mist had the made the choice to put their faith in us. Recently, our original, co-founding guitarist [Dan Loughry] has re-joined POLTERCHRIST. We wonder if it was coincidence that now that he's back, we got signed? POLTERCHRIST has never been tighter. Maybe we just needed him back in the fold? Maybe it simply was just 'our time'? Regardless, POLTERCHRIST is extremely excited to finally record our debut FULL-length CD. [Season of Mist] will not be let down. We will not let that happen. Monty, Kevin, Dan & myself are ready to do ALL that it takes to push POLTERCHRIST to the highest of levels!"

POLTERCHRIST's full-length debut is scheduled for release in late 2004.


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