2Black Signs With WormHoleDeath To Release "Mind Infect"
Swiss old school tharsh metallers 2Black have signed a deal with Wormholedeath/Aural Music Group. Wormholedeath will release debut album “Mind Infect” worldwide through Aural Music Group.
The album was recorded and mixed at Mathlab Recording Studio (Italy) with producer Jonathan Mazzeo (Mechanical God Creation, The Way Of Purity), and mastered by Christian Donaldson of Cryptopsy. The release is due later this year. Check out a preview clip in the player below. The band also commented:
“2Black is very proud to announce the worldwide deal with Wormholdeath Records Italy!!
A dream come true! After a lot of gigging and searching for a good company, finally 2Black found the correct partner in crime to go on! After the band’s release of the self produced EP 'No time to die' in 2010 the appetite grow for a lot more! The cooperation with Wormholedeath and Mathlab Studio stilled the hunger for a moment. 2Black serve with the new album 'Mind Infect' (to be released in spring 2013 worldwide) a varied menu from melodic mid- to brute uptempo old school thrashmetal songs! Now the band is ready to take over!"
Wormholedeath also commented: “I know that signing old school thrash bands has become quite a big trend between the labels, but I can assure that we haven’t signed 2Black for the trend…We really liked their 'in your face' attitude and being myself a big fan of the 80's thrash scene I wanted to start producing a little group of releases that are related to the old thrash tradition. 2Black's 'Mind infect' is the first of these really cool releases as their album sounds just like a group of pirates assaulting a ship, just give them a try, they will force you to headbang so hard that you’ll have to go to the hospital."
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