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Triphon Begins Work On Second Album

Atlanta based quintet Triphon is very proud to announce the start of a sophomore album. The follow-up to the "Distance" album is scheduled for release in late 2013. The 16 track effort is twice the length of the debut album and will include one bonus track and one cover song. Rockingham Records also comments:

"Since the release of their debut album a mere 8 months ago, Triphon has been smashing their way into the modern metal scene. 'Distance' peaked at #3 on Amazon upon it's release with two singles 'Open The Gates' and 'Fall of the Tyrant' making the Top 50 as well. Features in Guitar World, PureGrainAudio, The Metal Temple, and The Spirit of Metal hail the band as 'One of the best new acts in the past year,' and have given two perfect 10/10 scores for the album. Triphon has also ranked among the top 1% of all metal bands, worldwide on Reverbnation in 2012.

"The forthcoming album, which is yet untitled, continues to showcase the band's eclectic chemistry; further infusing melodic death, power and thrash metal. The band has confirmed a number of special guests appearing on the album but will remain unnamed at this time. Triphon will be documenting their journey from pre-production to album release on their YouTube channel and Facebook page."

"It's heavy as hell and we haven't slowed down one bit," comments frontman Kyle Morrison. "This is an amazing leap forward for us as a band and as songwriters. We've found our groove in working with each other and have been incredibly prolific over the past few months."

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