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Marduk Splits With Regain Records, Preparing To Record New Album

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Black metal act Marduk has issued the following announcement about splitting with Regain Records and gearing up to record a new full-length album:

"From today Marduk and Blooddawn Productions have ended their cooperation with Regain Records. New working partner will be presented within the nearest future. We can also announce a late added festival. Marduk will headline the Firebox Metal Festival in Finland on the 30th of September. More info in the tour section! Let the bloodshed begin...

"Its with great enthusiasm we can announce that Marduk will participate on the Hatefest during December. Featuring Triptykon, Kataklysm among others. The festival package will also be appearing at the Eindhoven Metal Meeting during its december march. There will be 17 dates of the blackest hate delivered by the Panzer Division known as Marduk.

"After finishing the tour Marduk will be entering the studio to begin the recording of their 12th studio album."

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1. anonymous writes:

Awesome band!! Also one of the best live bands that i have ever seen.

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2. X writes:

As was expected. The financial problems causing the delay of the Gorgoroth album is probably the main cause of the split. Will be interesting to see who they chose as their new label.

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