German thrash hopefuls REZET have inked a deal with Iron Kodex for the worldwide release of the band's debut album, "Have Gun, Will Travel". The CD will be made available on September 4, 2009, with the vinyl version to follow soon thereafter. The artwork will be created by Halseycaust.

A press release states: "Despite their young age, REZET have been playing their neck-breaking maniacal brand of old-school thrash metal long before the big nu-thrash metal hype of the last two years. Originally formed already in 2003, they have played countless gigs all over Europe, supporting the likes of FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, TANKARD, BAPHOMET'S BLOOD, GAMA BOMB or VIOLATOR, released four fantastic demo tapes and one EP and made themselves a name because of their insanely energetic live shows. In fact, the band was signed on the spot by Iron Kodex after their incredible gig as a support act during the PORTRAIT / ENFORCER tour in spring 2009. Fueled by old SLAYER, VIOLENT FORCE, ASSASSIN and booze, REZET will go straight for your throat."

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