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Enslaved Signs To Nuclear Blast Records

Nuclear Blast Records has announced that they have signed Norwegian black metallers Enslaved and will be releasing the bands forthcoming new album, "Vertabrae." Enslaved guitarist Ivar Bjørnson has said the following of the partnership:

“The U.S. and Canada have become increasingly important territories for ENSLAVED with their increasing sales and feedback from the fans and the scene both within and outside hard-line metal. The two tours we did in 2007 proved our live show qualities to the scene, and the scene proved its dedication to us. We are therefore extremely happy to be working with Nuclear Blast – a formidable force in the record industry. Having met members of the U.S. staff on several occasions, we know that their dedication and professionalism will take ENSLAVED a great step further.
Vertebrae is by far our strongest album, one that we are extremely proud to present to the U.S., to Canada, Mexico, and all other territories. We are very pleased to present it in tandem with Nuclear Blast.”

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1. LivingDead. writes:

Did Nuclear Blast produce Vertebrae?

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2. LivingDead. writes:

Oh well sh** it says at the beginning.
Kool, cuz i aready have that album

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3. RememberMetal? writes:

Think N.Blast is just distributing, looking forward to it. "Isa" and "Ruun" are great.

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