Galy Records has announced the signing of the Montreal-based technical death metal band THE LAST FELONY. According to a press release, the group's "craft of morbid melodies, intricate guitar work and extreme drumming will not remain unheard for long. Recorded and mixed by rising metal producer Jef Fortin (NEURAXIS, ANONYMUS), THE LAST FELONY's 'Aeon Of Suffering' will soon mark a new chapter in our country's metal history, showcasing 'excellence in execution' as fellow Canadian Bret 'The Hitman' Hart once did. This record will be the soundtrack to our world's demise. Fans of NECROPHAGIST, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and JOB FOR A COWBOY will eat this up!"
"Aeon Of Suffering" will be released in August in Canada and in October in the rest of the world.
Upcoming THE LAST FELONY shows:
May 16 - Sudbury, ON @ Townhouse Tavern
May 17 - Toronto, ON @ The Kathedral
May 18 - Hamilton, ON @ Club Absinthe
May 31 - Quebec, QC @ Cafe Bar Lagite
June 07 - Matane, QC @ BSL Underground Fest
August 16 - Trois-Rivieres, QC @ Rock Cafe Le Stage - Grind Your Mind Fest
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thelastfelony.
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