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Aegror Signs Record Deal To Release "Dead Man's Diary"

German black / death metal band Aegror just issued this announcement about inking a record deal and gearing up to release a new album:

"A long lapse of time went by since Mithyr and Narthaas shared the passion for music and founded their first band called Nebelsturm together in 2005. In 2008 they changed the bands name to Aegror according to the lyrical concept of their first LP 'De Morbis' which has been released in 2010.

"After the line up has changed a few times in the past the band now has a stable line up with Mithyr, Narthaas, Acorus, Skarrg and Abyssus. Together the five members create unique and passionate black/death metal which is incompareable to other bands in this scene.

"And now - after 12 years - of hard work, blood, sweat and vomit they are fucking proud to announce that Aegror has finally signed to STF-Records & the Satura Publishing Company! Our new album 'Dead Man's Diary' will be released on 02.06.2017.

"Thanks to all of you who supported us the whole time! Special thanks to Mia Mane Photography for this great new Promo-Photos, to Metallurgy Tonstudio and to Convictive!"

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1. Ralf Lazar writes:

Congratulations to AEGROR, well done after Long term and hard work.
See you live on your next tour /gigs and all the best on this new Level.
Much more Songs/text etc. hopefully to follow short.
Greetings to all Members
Ralf

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