Man Must Die Inks Deal With Lifeforce Records
Lifeforce Records has checked in with the following announcement about inking a deal with Man Must Die:
"We are very proud to announce the signing of Scottish extreme metal maniacs Man Must Die for a world wide release (outside the UK) of their next album in late October via Lifeforce Records. The band is currently at Valvetone studios putting the final touches on the new effort.
"Man Must Die are an extreme metal band hailing from Glasgow, Scotland. Formed in 2002 and originally born of the founding members' desire to push their music to new levels of intensity and brutality, the band's dedication to their craft has since manifested itself in a rich touring history, sharing stages with such acts as Exodus, Machine Head and Decapitated. As well as this, they have released three full-length studio albums. These are 2004's '...Start Killing,' released on Retribute Records, followed by 'The Human Condition' (2007) and the highly acclaimed 'No Tolerance for Imperfection' (2009), both on Relapse Records.
"Their music manages to incorporate the heaviest elements of extreme metal whilst retaining an attuned sense of melody, confidently shifting from epic, uplifting passages to pure sickness. Augmented by a keen compositional flair and furious, socially aware vocals, Man Must Die are a highly focused musical force.
"Now in 2013, having formed a new alliance with Lifeforce Records, Man Must Die find themselves on the verge of unleashing their greatly anticipated fourth full-length, which promises to forge new sonic ground for the band whilst remaining every bit as destructive and darkly satisfying as their devotees have come to expect."
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