TICKET TO HELL, SARATAN Sign With MY KINGDOM MUSIC
My Kingdom Music has announced the signing of TICKET TO HELL and SARATAN. According to a press release, "a great surprise comes from Mexico and it is the devastating creature of Jacobo Cordova already known for his great work in ANTIQUA and PROJECT FIRESTART. The name of this bulldozer is TICKET TO HELL and the album will be titled 'Man Made Paradise'. It will be released on April 18 and won't leave survivors under their skullcrushing extreme metal in pure SLAYER, THE HAUNTED style." Meanwhile, SARATAN is described as "the next big thing from Poland after acts like DECAPITATED and the great legends of VADER and BEHEMOTH. They will shock you on April 18 with 'The Cult Of Vermin' and its aggressive apokalyptic thrash death, a music that will annihilate you who are fans of bands like TESTAMENT, SLAYER and... NILE."
For more information, visit www.mykingdommusic.net.
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