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Phaze I Posts New Album Teaser

WormHoleDeath Records has checked in with the following announcement about releasing a new album from Phaze I:

"We are extremely honored to announce that the new album from Phaze I (featuring members of Lyzanxia, One-Way Mirror, Soilwork, Devin Townsend Projec) will be released soon through Trepan Records/WormHoleDeath.

"The band announced their sophomore record, that was produced at Dome Studio, as 'a new level of extreme Metal brutality!'

"Phaze I is the violent brainchild of David Potvin (Lyzanxia), who joined forces with his usual partner in crime, brother Franck Potvin (Lyzanxia) as well as friend Dirk Verbeuren (Soilwork, Devin Townsend Project) to unleash a new level of extreme metal brutality!

"Phaze I has been years in the making, the Potvins working on this ferocious side-project in between their Lyzanxia albums and gigs. It finally came fully into fruition in 2005 when David (vocals/guitars/bass), Franck (vocals/guitars) and Dirk (drums) managed to set some time aside together to record the first Phaze I album at David’s The Dome Studio. Soon after completing their self-titled debut, Phaze I signed a deal with Scarlet Records. The record was mastered by Peter In De Betou (Rammstein, Marduk, etc.) at Tailor Made Studios.

"Now, in mid-2013, Phaze I’s second album is ready to pulverize the earth! Drums were recorded at Dirk’s Die Crawling studio. The rest of the album has been produced by David Potvin at the Dome Studio in 2012."

The band stated: "The new Phaze I album, produced at the Dome Studio, will be released through Trepan Records/Wormholedeath. Release date is set for October 2013 (Europe/USA/Japan) More info coming soon!"

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