IMMOLATION Ink European Deal With Listenable Records
IMMOLATION have signed a three-album European deal with Listenable Records. As previously reported, the group's forthcoming effort, Unholy Cult, will be issued through Olympic Records in North America in late October. According to bassist/vocalist Ross Dolan, "[the new album] is going to sound monstrous! The lyrics turned out really strong, as unholy as ever. You are going to be blown away. Forget about every IMMOLATION album up until now... this is the one. It is our most extreme, heaviest and full-of-feeling album ever! It has all the IMMOLATION elements, just on a new level..."
IMMOLATION are scheduled to embark on a European headlining tour in December with DERANGED, Germany's MYSTIC CIRCLE and Sweden's INSISION in tow. The group will then join the Christmas festival all over Europe with other bands like DYING FETUS, MACABRE, SIX FEET UNDER and more to be confirmed shortly.
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