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Your Chance To Die Signs Record Deal With EMP Underground

EMP Underground, the extreme metal imprint of Megadeth bassist David Ellefson’s EMP Label Group, has announced the signing of dual vocalist death metal band Your Chance To Die (featuring in its ranks ex-Cerebral Bore vocalist Som Plujimers).

Your Chance To Die will release a debut EMP album "Ex-Nihilo" in the spring of 2017. Founded by original members Coca (guitars) and Missi Avila (vocals), YCTD now includes musicians Ron Dalton and Coca Avila (guitars), Thomas White (drums), and second vocalist Som Pluijmers formerly of Cerebral Bore (vocals).

With the current line-up solidified, the band has progressed into a melodic death metal machine; complete with symphonic elements, and featuring the dual vocal assault of Missi and Som.

On signing to EMP Underground, Missi Avila and Som Pluijmers comment: "Your Chance To Die is honored to be a part of the EMP label group family. We are very excited about our future with EMP, the new record that we have written, and are very thankful for this amazing team we now have behind us. We have worked very hard on our new songs…to become a new band…with different, new, music…and now a great label. We are very excited to have finally have a team that believes in us to release the new album."

EMP’s A&R Director and Operations Manager Thom Hazaert says, “We are beyond thrilled to welcome YCTD into the EMP Family. They truly are bringing something new and interesting to the Extreme-Metal table, and we’re very excited that we’re able to partner with them to bring it to the World. Obviously, many in the extreme Metal World are familiar with Som’s amazing work in Cerebral Bore, and I am confident soon YCTD will be a household name in that regard as well.”

YCTD has released 2 full-length records (Suscitacio Somnus 2011; The Americ

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