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The Devastated Inks Deal With Century Media Records

Southern California's The Devastated, which features past members of Impending Doom and Oblige, has been hard at work crafting the band's first album. The band is currently wrapping up tracking with producer Chris Eck, and mixing later this month with Daniel Castleman at Lambesis Studios in San Diego, CA. The Devastated has now signed a worldwide deal with Century Media Records.

The Devastated states: "We are proud to announce our signing to Century Media Records. The backing and tremendous sense of family is that of which we have always hoped for in a label. We knew almost immediately that this was the perfect fit. We can't wait to release the record and get out on the road. Expect the unexpected and stay tuned to our facebook page for constant updates."

To get a taste of what The Devastated is all about, head over to the group's official Facebook page to hear a rough version of the song "Pseudo Smile Campaign."

The Devastated is also set to hit the road with Suicide Silence as part of the Black Dynamite Tour. Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker had the following to say about the band: "The Devastated is the heaviest thing to hit the Earth since the asteroids that killed off the dinosaurs." Additional support will come from I Declare War and dates can be found below.

3/27/11 - San Luis Obispo, CA - Downtown Brew
3/28/11 - Lancaster, CA - Mango Tango
3/29/11 - Orangevale, CA - Boardwalk
3/30/11 - Chico, CA - Senator Theatre
3/31/11 - Reno, NV - The Alley
4/01/11 - Bakersfield, CA - Jerry's Pizza

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