THE AXIS OF PERDITION Sign New Deal, Part Ways With Drummer

U.K. noise black metallers THE AXIS OF PERDITION have inked a deal with Code666 Records for the release of their second album, tentatively due in early 2005. The follow-up to last year's "Corridors" (Rage Of Achilles Records) sees the band taking their inspiration from the ugliness decay of their urban environment, integrated into a darker and more nightmarish dimension of twisted post-apocalyptic mayhem," according to a Code666 press release. No further information is available at this time.

In other news, THE AXIS OF PERDITION recently announced the departure of drummer Dan "Storm" Mullins due to "personal reasons. The band wish him the very best and are planning to continue with their original formula rather than seeking a replacement," the rest of the group said in a statement.


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