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Warlord (U.K.) Inks Deal With Xtreem Music

It is with great pride that Xtreem Music announces the addition to its roster of U.K. death metal outfit Warlord for the release of "We Die As One" this coming June. The label comments:

"Formed back in 1993, releasing two demos and signing to Nuclear Blast with whom they released their acclaimed debut album 'Maximum Carnage' in 1996, the band later did split in '98 and reformed in 2008 releasing a 2nd album entitled 'Evil Within' in 2010 on british label Copro Rec. and a 3rd sef-financed album 'We Die As One' in 2013.

"It was this 3rd work the one that caught the attention of Xtreem Music that offered a deal to the band and after months of negotiations, we're honoured to say that Warlord U.K. belongs to the Xtreem Music family where they have found a safe place to give their honest and authentic incarnation of Death Metal, a fair treatment and get the recognition they deserve.

"Deeply rooted in the British classic death metal sound of their countrymates Bolt Thrower & Benediction, Warlord U.K. completes the triad with their heavy and epic Death Metal that will definitely please every fan of such bands."

Warlord's main man and original member Mark "Warlord" White commented: "We are proud to be signed to Xtreem Music and looking forward to a good working and friendly relationship, I myself know this is a great opportunity for Warlord UK to excel and start to get the attention we think we deserve after all these years of hard work and dedication to the brutality genre. Bands performing extreme music need an extreme label so who better than Xtreem Music. Warlord UK onwards and upwards!!!"

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