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German group Profanity has inked a deal with Apostasy Records to release a new album next year. The label comments:
"Since 1993, the underground has been shaking under the sounds of Profanity. The German tech death three-piece set a heavy mark albums 'Shadows To Fall' (1997) and 'Slaughtering Thoughts' (2000) as well as a tour in support of Cryptopsy in 2002 and an appearance at the Maryland Death Fest 2004 alongside Misery Index and Exhumed.
"After some years of silence, the band is ready to be back with a vengeance. Currently they are working hard on the full-length follow-up to 'Hatred Hell Within' (2014) with producer Christoph Brandes in his Iguana Studios (Spheron, Imperium Dekadenz, Necrophagist o.a.) which will be released via Apostasy Records in 2017. Stay tuned for further details!" More...
German death metal band OBSCURA has announced the addition of second guitarist Johannes Rennig (PROFANITY). "It was a very hard decision to make," the group writes on its web site. "We are looking forward to the upcoming festivals and the recording mode of the new album in August this year."
OBSCURA's upcoming CD will be recorded with V. Santura (DARK FORTRESS) at The Crypt Studios in Germany. The cover art and layout will be created by German artist Timo Wuerz.
Released last year, OBSCURA's debut album, "Retribution", was produced by Alex Krull (ATROCITY, LEAVES' EYES) and includes guest appearances by V. Santura (DARK FORTRESS), Matthias Röderer (ATROCITY), Thorsten Bauer (ATROCITY) and Martl (PROFANITY).
The set times have been revealed for this years Maryland Death Fest, scheduled to take place at the Thunderdome in Baltimore, MD on May 29th and 30th. Times are: More...