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Destroying Divinity To Record New Album, Issues Label Update

Czech Republic act Destroying Divinity has checked in with the following update about gearing up to record a new album:

"Unholy hails to all the death metal maniacs worldwide, it's been a while.. We got some news, bad ones and good ones. Let's start with the bad ones; first and foremost, we were forced to terminate our contract with Brutal Bands as they seem to have absolutely no interest in further working with us, we haven't heard from the label since the release of our latest album Dark Future.

"They haven't replied to any of our e-mails past two years, we don't know of any promotion done by the label and they also failed in the manufacturing of the merchandise, which also was their responsibility according to the deal. The album was doing well amongst both fans and reviewers even without any support from the label, which is pleasing us and pissing us off at the same time, so it's obvious that we as a band do not want to work with Brutal Bands any more as it looks completely worthless. Thus we will release our next full-length under some other label and we are also considering releasing of the vinyl version of Dark Future album under someone else, so if someone is interested, offers are welcome.

"The other bad news is, that we still don't have proper replacement after our vocalist's departure from the band, we still found no one, who would fit our way ouf death metal evocations. However, after a considerable pause from playing live we are very thirsty for live gigs, so we started to play instrumental sets. Nevertheless we had some good time with bands like Escarnium, Execration, Diskord or Vader, we are still looking for a proper lava spouter, who would join us on stage and in the studio.

"Yes, studio, finally the good news! We have finished the writing process for a new album and we are going to record it in a few weeks. We gain a lot of inspiration from these dark times and our guitarist wrote some of his strongest shit ever. The album will containt eight tracks of dark, brutal and mercilessly executed death metal in the vein of the classics. All over the years we have been trying to improve our skills and bring our own visions of morbid darkness to the creative process and we shall never stop. We will record the album in the Šopa studio, from where the killer sound of our latest release 'Dark Future' came. Expect more from us in the upcoming days."

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