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Brotherhood Of The Lake Signs To Glasstone Records

Glasstone Records recently announced the signing of Plymouth (UK) alt-metal band Brotherhood Of The Lake. The band brings an onslaught of spiky guitar riffs and roaring vocals, backed up by an absolute bull of a drummer, keeping the songs on lockdown through beatdown after beatdown.

Making their live debut in 2006, and influenced by bands such as Converge, Slayer and Shellac, Brotherhood Of The Lake has toured with Johnny Truant and The Bled, as well as shows with Architects, The Blackout, Misery Signals, Terror, Emmure, Dead Swans, August Burns Red, The Ghost Of A Thousand, Devil Sold His Soul, Shaped By Fate and more.

Brotherhood Of The Lake's track "The Ocean" was played on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter.

The self-titled EP was recorded at Outhouse Studios in Reading by Matt O'Grady & Ben Humphries, mixed by John Mitchell, and features five of their finest tracks to date.

You can check out some of the band's material on their MySpace page.

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