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TzunTzu Signs To Prime Cuts Music

Prime Cuts Music recently announced the signing of Australian death metal band TzunTzu. Formed in 2003, TzunTzu to-date is comprised of members having fought along side one another in live battle fields in various formations. Material that had been written yet never completed has now been revisited and reformulated, along with new hymns written in time's of soul seeking.

The first offering in the form of "Without Zen," a 5 peice Ep/Demo released in 2005 including the tracks – "Blood Of The Fallen," "Without Zen," and the haunting "Oni-Kudaki," with an introduction and outroduction and extensive multimedia - has been released in conjunction with Dissident Records.

The second offering in the form of the Kunoichi MCD, featuring six tracks entitled "Shokai," "Kunoichi," "Gaijin," "NoKata," "The Howling Wind," and eerie orchestral peice "Meinichi." The CD also includes a video clip for the track "Gaijin" and will be Released by Dissident Records UK and distributed in Australia by Prime Cuts.

The third offering will come in the form of a split 7" with fellow Aussie band Ignivomous and will feature the track "The Assassin" with two accompanying peices, "Banished" and "Beneath The Shrine," to be released by NWN! Productions USA.

TzunTzu, having completed various shows including support slot for international bands Defiled (jpn) and Behemoth (pol), is now concentrating on the completion of their debut album and two further split releases.

In the meantime, you can check out some of the band's material on their MySpace page.

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