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Truth Inc Records Signs Lynchmada, Seperatist, and The Omen

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Truth Inc Records has announced the signing of three new bands from around Australia with upcoming releases for 2009. The new signees include Lynchmada from the Gold Coast in Queensland, Seperatist from Tasmania and The Omen from Melbourne.

Lynchmada offers a driving heavy groove that will appeal to fans of Chimaira and Lamb Of God. Check out the band's last album, "The Other Mexico" for a taste of whats to come.

Seperatist brings a brutal, dark and earth shattering heaviness to the label. Chaotic, discordant and pummelling, Seperatist offer much to fans of bands such as Converge, Cult Of Luna, Meshuggah and Gojira. Check out the band's debut album "The Motionless Apocalypse" ( available via Truth Inc Online).

A long standing Melbourne act, The Omen is currently recording their full length Truth Inc debut. The Omen is face ripping thrash/speed metal in the tradition of bands such as At The Gates, The Haunted, Darkest Hour and The Black Dahlia Murder. Stay tuned for updates on each bands upcoming releases.

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1. quiel writes:

you rock

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2. Jimbob writes:

Lynchmada are a great band, good to see them join the best australian metal label.

Haven't seen the others live or heard much of their stuff, but definitely will check them out now

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