Illnath Signs With Pitch Black Records, New LP In November
Danish melodic death metal band Illnath announced that it has signed on to Pitch Black Records. The first release for the band on Pitch Black will be the band's "Third Act In The Theatre Of Madness," which is scheduled for release on November 18, 2011 (EU) and November 21, 2011 (UK).
The official press release from Pitch Black Records reads:
"We are pleased to welcome Danish female-fronted melodic death metal outfit lllnath into our roster of artists with the band’s third release, 'Third Act in the Theatre of Madness' scheduled for release on November 18th (21st in the UK) 2011.
"Formed in 1999, Illnath are a band which has evolved explosively through the years. Initially labeled as a symphonic black metal act their style is now a 'mature' blend of melodic/symphonic death metal. Having released a demo in 2000, Illnath’s debut album ('Cast into Fields of Evil Pleasure') came in 2003 with the follow-up ('Second Skin of Harlequin') in 2006. The band toured extensively in Europe and has also played in various European festivals. The band’s third album ('Third Act in the Theatre of Madness') is the band’s most melodic yet at the same time extreme offering to date.
"The band has a completely new lineup comprised of original member Pete Falk on guitars (also handling the main songwriting tasks), the powerful voice of Mona Beck, the killer basslines of Kenneth Frandsen and session drummer Reno Killerich.
" 'Third Act in the Theatre of Madness' will be available worldwide through Pitch Black Records and our distribution partners as well as through all major mp3 stores. The CD version will also feature a bonus track.
1. Third Act
3. Lead the Way
4. Snake of Eden
6. Spring Will Come
7. Tree of Life and Death
8. Fall of Giants
10. Kingship Incarnate (CD Bonus)."
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