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Dehuman Inks Deal With Kaotoxin Records To Release "Black Throne Of All Creation"

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Brussels, Belgium act Dehuman has signed a multi-album deal with Kaotoxin records. The first full length, "Black Throne of all Creation," will be released both on CD and LP on April 30th, with a
special release party in the band's Belgian capital hometown. Kaotoxin commented on the band:

"This four piece of young brutalers is all about bringing back to life what once was the corpse of early 90's Death Metal. Don't compare 'em with your now habitual bad sounding youngsters that are thinking a crappy production makes something Old-School. Not at all! Dehuman is bringing together the spirit alive, summoning the great ancients without copying them, without being outdated. They've inhaled the smell of that rotting corpse giving all of their up-to-date creations that cryptic stench we once used to love."

Metalunderground.com will still be a hosting a premiere of the song "Cast of Assassination," so stay tuned. The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Apocalypse and perdition
2. Monstrosity in the hands of god
3. Eyes of a thousand
4. Spiral of loss
5. Down with the world
6. Harvest the sun
7. Cast of assassination
8. Black mamba
9. Path to oblivion

The band's upcoming live shows are as follows:

March 2nd - BE - Brussels
March 24th - BE - Brussels (w/ Severe Torture, Prostitute Disfigurement...)
April 13th - FR - Toulouse (w/ Agathocles)
April 14th - FR - Bordeaux (w/ Agathocles, Unsu...)
April 15th - FR - Nancy (w/ Agathocles)

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