Norwegian/Mexican symphonic metal band ANCESTRAL LEGACY has inked a deal with Femme Metal Records. The group's debut album, "Nightmare Diaries", will be released in early 2009.

ANCESTRAL LEGACY recently announced the addition of vocalist Isadora Cortina to the group's ranks. The 20-year-old singer from Mexico can be heard on the track "Atrapada En Pesadillas" on ANCESTRAL LEGACY's "Trapped Within The Words" EP, which came out in April 2008, and will move to Norway permanently next year. The band says, "She's got the future ahead of her and though she's already very talented, she will definitely grow to be a star in the upcoming years!"


Isadora Cortina - Vocals
Eddie Risdal - Guitar, vocals, synth
Tor Arvid Larsen - Guitar
Anton Dead - Bass
Christopher Vigre - Drums

Femme Metal Records is a new UK-based record label focusing on metal bands featuring female vocalists. Other bands on the label include SOULGRIND, ARAPACIS and BRAVE.

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