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Rancor Signs With Xtreem Music To Release "Dark Future" Album

Spanish thrashers Rancor have signed a deal with Xtreem Music for the release of sophomore album "Dark Future" on April 15th. The album was recorded by the band during the last months of 2012 under the production of guitarist Vasco Durán, and mixed and mastered at Rock Lab Studios by Dan Díez.

On March 2nd, the band released a mini CD entitled "Raining Bombs," containing an unreleased song from the same sessions as well as an album track ("Dark Future"), plus two old re-recorded songs. This EP is exclusively sold only through the band online and at live shows. Xtreem Music also commented on the upcoming new album:

"Dark Future contains 9 slabs of intense thrash metal in its purest form, blending aggressive riffing with a great sense of melody creating memorable songs dragging varied influences that might remind you to bands like Mortal Sin, Over Kill, Slayer, old Metallica, Testament, early Annihilator, and the Bay Area sound. Album cover art has been made by comic artist Vito Sicilia, who did an awesome job which for sure is a plus for this brilliant album. Rancor is already working on upcoming shows to present 'Dark Future,' some of them supporting (again) UK legend Onslaught."

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