SPIRIT DISEASE Sign With VORTEX MOTIONS RECORDS

Finnish death/thrash band SPIRIT DISEASE have signed a deal with Vortex Motions Records. The deal will cover the group's upcoming "Redemption Denied" mini-CD and it contains an option for SPIRIT DISEASE's subsequent full-length album.

Formed in September 2002, SPIRIT DISEASE's members have over a decade of experience in metal music. "Redemption Denied" will feature six original songs and a cover of the DEATH classic "Evil Dead". The exact release date will be announced soon. An MP3 of the track "Sadistic Belated Abortion" can be downloaded at this location.

"Redemption Denied" track listing:

01. Everyone Must Die
02. Sadistic Belated Abortion
03. Torment And Pain
04. Horse (Xim Esrepnarouh)
05. Redemption Denied
06. The Extinction Of Subhuman Kind
07. Evil Dead (DEATH cover)

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