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Black Trinity Sign With Sol Invictus Recordings

Sol Invictus Recordings, the new label headed up by Guido Heijnens (formerly of Karmageddon Media and Mascot Records), has signed Cleveland, Ohio's black metal band BLACK TRINITY. The group's new full-length CD, titled "Bleed for Him", will feature songs originally intended for a six-song EP, samples of which can be heard on the band's MySpace page.

BLACK TRINITY recently named Prophryr Ov Tyre its new vocalist. According to a press release, Prophryr Ov Tyre "has shown tremendous dedication, writing ability and willing to cooperate with the band's message and [the group] therefore felt he was the perfect choice."

BLACK TRINITY's debut album, "Demonic Pleasures", was released last year via Apocalyptic Records. The band will open for NILE on August 9, FINNTROLL on September 26 and DARK FUNERAL and NAGLFAR on October 18. All shows will take place at Peabody's Down Under in Cleveland.

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. Jeff writes:

These guys are actually pretty good. I went to their myspace and checked out thier stuff. I'd like to see what the new album will sound like.

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2. slayer writes:

Not bad for black metal!

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3. GuitarGod writes:

Catchy riffs,good vocals,but I'm not into the whole Black Metal "look".

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