NODE To Release New Album In January

Italian extreme metallers NODE will release their new album, "In The End Everything Is A Gag", in January 2010 on Scarlet Records. The CD was mastered by Göran Finnberg (THE HAUNTED, OPETH, DARK TRANQUILLITY, IN FLAMES) at the Mastering Room in Sweden. Artwork duties were handled by Seldon Hunt (NEUROSIS, ISIS, THE OCEAN).

According to a press release, "In The End Everything Is A Gag" can be described as a mix of all the band's influences, with a fresh, modern approach which has drawn comparisons to Sweden's MESHUGGAH.

With the addition of singer Beppe "Rex" Caruso and guitarist Andrea "Attila" Caniato, NODE is now, for the first time, a killer five-piece: more technical, powerful and focused than ever!

NODE's fourth album, "As God Kills", was released in May 2006 via Germany's Massacre Records.

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