Seattle, Washiington-based metallers 7 HORNS 7 EYES have inked a multi-album North American deal with Century Media Records. The band's full-length debut, "Throes Of Absolution", will be released in the fall. The CD, which features a guest appearance by Jeff Loomis (NEVERMORE), will be made available in Europe via Basick Records.

According to a press release, 7 HORNS 7 EYES is "ne of the most talented and engaging bands to hit the metal scene in quite some time. Combining the technical ferocity of MESHUGGAH with the deep, grisly growls reminiscent of Mikael Åkerfeldt and the dark atmospheric elements of KATATONIA, 7 HORNS 7 EYES has developed the skills to electrify the younger scene while still maintaining the brutality and musical prowess to appeal to traditional metal fans as well."

7 HORNS 7 EYES will perform at the Revolver Golden Gods official pre-awards-show party on April 19 at the Key Club in West Hollywood, California. The band will support WINDS OF PLAGUE along with AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK, THE DEVASTATED and SUFFER WELL.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/7horns7eyes.


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