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The Defiled Signs With Nuclear Blast To Release "Daggers"

Nuclear Blast is pleased to welcome modern metal mob The Defiled to the label's family. The band has signed a worldwide deal and will release second album "Daggers" this summer.

To whet the appetites of fans, the first song from the album, “Sleeper,” will be released via iTunes this Sunday March 17th. A lyric video for the track can be seen below. Frontman Stitch D stated:

“We're ecstatic to announce that we are signing to Nuclear Blast Entertainment. After years of being an independent band and doing everything DIY we can't wait to have such a huge label and great team behind us to take us to the next level. It’s an honour to be working with a label that have released some of our favourite bands of all time.”

Monte Conner, President of Nuclear Blast Entertainment states: "The Defiled are real self-motivators and what they have accomplished so far all on their own is very impressive and caught my attention. With the added muscle of Nuclear Blast, they can do some serious damage this time. Most importantly, the new album is a HUGE step forward in every direction. Great songwriting and violent production meld together to create something that will very forcefully imbed itself in your brain."

The band heads out on the Jagermeister Music Tour next week with Ghost and Gojira. Catch them at the following shows:

Monday 18th March – Sheffield O2 Academy
Tuesday 19th March – Glasgow O2 Academy
Wednesday 20th March – Bristol O2 Academy
Thursday 21st March – Tunbridge Wells Forum (Headline show not part of Jagermeister tour)
Friday 22nd March – Bournemouth O2 Academy
Saturday 23rd March – Birmingham O2 Academy
Sunday 24th March – Brixton O2 Academy

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