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Mothra Inks Deal With Selfmadegod Records

Selfmadegod Records has issued the following statement about their recent record deal with Mothra:

Selfmadegod Records is proud to announce the signing of mathcore/metal band Mothra from Opole, Poland.

Mothra has been destroying stages since 2000 with Piotr Koryzma (vocals), Daniel Szwed (drums), Andrzej Burzynski (bass) and Pawel Stefan Rosiak (guitar) on board. After first few months of existence, band recorded their first promo single, entitled "Sugar '01." After that, the musicians focused on touring and writing new songs, which appeared on 2004's "Demo" CD—a six-track EP, recorded by the band. It wasn't awesome-sounding material with killing production work, but even still, listeners found energy rarely presented in the same way, joined with mathematicly combined yet still melodic playing. The following years were filled with a lot of gigs and meeting a lot of interesting and inspiring people, which helped the band to realize some of their ideas. It was Mothra's breakout period, as they composed material for their full-length debut album. "Planet Decibelian" was released by the young polish label Red Swallow in May of 2006. It contained 11 brutal-sounding, math-combined songs and got enthusiastic reviews.

The band is touring nationwide constantly with recognized and appreciated bands like Modern Life is War, Maroon, Born From Pain, Omission, First Blood, Napalm Death, Suffocation, Sunrise, and Nyia, just to name few.

In September 2008 the band recorded seven tracks with renowned producer Szymon Czech (Antigama, Blindead, Third Degree, Nyia, Unsun) for their second full-length "Dyes" to be released in the Spring of 2009 via Selfmadegod Records.

The music of Mothra will definitely appeal for fans of Dillinger Escape Plan, Converge and Burnt By The Sun. Audio samples from the forthcoming album can be heard now via the band's MySpace.

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