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Naltron Signs To Metal Age Productions

Italy's Naltron has issued the following update:

"We're glad to announce that we have inked a 2 albums deal with the Slovakia-based Metal Age Productions, currently home of some of the most interesting and long running european death metal bands like Avulsed, Desecration, Fleshless, Abbadon Incarnated, Putrefy and more."

"We think MAP will be the proper support for Natron cos' it's growing, motivated and one of the most active indipendent labels in the underground world scene."

"After ending the deal with Holy records in 2005 we started seeking a new label home but definitely we've not been sleeping over all this time. We had a lot of things going on like touring as headliner, supporting God Dethroned, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter and Suffocation; sharing the festival stages with Messhuggah, Obituary, My Dying Bride, Entombed, Lacuna Coil, Deicide, Brutal Truth, Pungent Stench and many others; we also faced serious line up troubles and some personal issues but still had the time to write, arrange, record and mix our 6th studio album, so we're finally ready to release the follow up to 'Livid Corruption' after almost 5 years."

The new album, entitled "ROT AMONG US," was recorded hometown at the Golem Dungeon studio between march and april 2008 and mixed in august 2008.

The tracklisting is as follows:

1. Rot amongs us
2. Dead beat
3. Bullet of god
4. Prime cuts
5. Heads are rolling
6. Enthroned in repulsion
7. Only living witness
8. Planet corpse
9. Roadkill
10. The infection theme
11. Backyard graveyard

"ROT AMONG US" will be released by the summer 2009 ( the street date will be announced soon) and an European tour is also planned for the fall.

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