Darzamat - Sign With Massacre Records


Polish metal band Darzamat have posted the following statement about their new label signing with Massacre Records:

One of the most important Polish dark metal band Darzamat has inked a worldwide deal with German Massacre Records. The label is known for working with such bands as King Diamond, Atrocity, Crematory, Darkane, Legion of the Damned, Solitude Aeturnus, Theatre of Tragedy, Das Ich and Disbelief. The group's fifth album "Solfernus' Path", is scheduled for release on August 28 (In Japan album will be released by Spiritual Beast).

Commented Flauros, vocalist of the band: "We are more then happy to announce that we have signed a new record deal at Massacre Records. We hope that thanks to the experience of the Massacre Records crew our music will have a chance to reach more people now. We are really looking forward to working with them and promoting the "Solfernus' Path". We are also extremely happy to enter the Asian market through Spiritual Beast.''

Darzamat has tapped Jonas Kljellgren (Scar Symmetry guitarist) of Black Lounge Studios in Avesta, Sweden to mix "Solfernus' Path". The new album was recorded in Poland under the supervision of Jaroslaw Toifl, with whom the band had previously worked on 2005's "Transkarpatia" (Metal Mind Productions in Europe, MVD in the USA). There are two great guests on the album: Andy La Rocque (guitar solo in "King of the Burning Anthems") and Roy Mayorga (opening intro).

The artwork for the new CD was created by MentalPorn.com Agency, which has previously worked with such bands as Death Stars and Behemoth.

Source: myspace.com
Band profile: Darzamat
 
Posted: 24.06.2009 by Abattoir


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25.06.2009 - 01:05
Jason W.
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I hope this means the album will be released soon! It seems like I've been anticipating this for a year now; their last album really showed brilliance and I think they have a lot more in them... I hope this turns out great
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