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Theories Inks Deal With Metal Blade

Seattle, WA based death/grind act Theories has signed with Metal Blade Records. The band, which features former members of Book of Black Earth, Skarp, and Samothrace, has been performing across the U.S. since its inception in late 2010.

Now in 2014, Theories is preparing to release a debut full-length album. Drummer Joe Axler comments:

"After grinding hard for almost 4 years we had finally taken a (short) break from touring to record our first full length record engineered by Derek Moree at Red Room Studios and mastered by Scott Hull at Visceral Sound and are extremely excited with the results.

"During a tour around the states to Marlyand Death Fest, just after recording, we fell upon the ears of the label we will be releasing with, Metal Blade, we couldn't be happier with this new relationship and plan on continuing to go hard and bust as many fucking ear drums as possible. Grind hard or stay fucking home!"

Additional details from the forthcoming Theories full-length will be available in the coming months. Until then, fans can hear the band's 2011 demo below. You can also catch the band live on these dates:

07/31 Bend, OR

Tour w/ Early Graves
08/01 Reno, NV The Alley
08/02 Salt Lake City, UT Shred Shed w/ The Drip
08/03 Denver, CO Gothic Theatre w/ The Drip
08/04 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad
08/05 Scottsdale, AZ Pubrock
08/06 Los Angeles, CA Five Star Bar
08/07 San Bernardino, CA Black Flame Collective
08/08 San Francisco, CA Thee Parkside
End Tour

08/09 Oakland, CA Burnt Ramen
08/10 Eureka, CA The Ink Annex w/ The Drip

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