Swedish death metallers SOULDRAINER have inked a deal with ViciSolum Productions. The band's second full-length album will be released in the fall.
Commented the group in a statement: "We are very excited to work with ViciSolum Productions, which is a Swedish label. We've had contact with them for a couple of months now and we finally got to sign the deal. We met up with Thomas from ViciSolum Productions last night at the venue we were playing and signed the contract right before we entered the stage. Thomas is a great guy with sound values and has a great vision and we believe that together we can make a great job making sure all our fans will get the opportunity to enjoy our music. We have great expectations about our upcoming album and we can't wait for you to hear it!"
SOULDRAINER's new CD was recorded at Empire Studio. According to the band, 13 songs were laid down for the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2007's "Reborn".
SOULDRAINER previously decribed the new material as "beautiful, evil, slightly more aggressive and heavier" than that on "Reborn". The band added, "Prepare for an epic death/doom album so heavy it will blow your face off."
In May 2008, SOULDRAINER announced its split with Mascot Records, the label which released "Reborn".
"Reborn" was recorded by SOULDRAINER and Marcus Edvardsson at Manic Motion Studio and was mixed and mastered by Marcus Edvardsson. The layout and artwork was handled by Daniel Dlimi.