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Orator Signs With Pulverised Records For Sophomore Release

Pulverised Records has announced the signing of death/thrash band Orator from Bangladesh. Formed in 2008, Orator has so far released one 7" EP, a live demo tape and one full-length album entitled "Kapalgnosis." After the release of that album earlier this year on Armée De La Mort Records, the band decided to get straight to work on the follow up. The yet-to-be-titled second full-length will contain nothing but straight up old-school death thrashing Tandava in the vein of their debut. Orator plans to release the album by 2014.

And as the band states: "We are presently working on new songs and we look forward to revealing them in our second album through Pulverised Records. More announcements on the upcoming album will follow in the course of time. Orator forms this mighty pact with Pulverised Records to bring its old-school Death Metal Aghori cult to a whole different level of existence both locally and internationally. The band therefore looks forward to a long and successful relation with the mighty Pulverised Records."

Pulverised Records A&R manager Calvin further commented: "This was totally unexpected. In all honesty, no one would have imagined in their wildest dreams that there is much of an extreme scene in Bangladesh. Orator basically decimated all forms of sensibility and logic that we knew (or lack thereof) in the Bangladeshi Metal scene and ripped our faces off with their debut 'Kapalgnosis!' We can't seem to stop raving about Orator and are convinced that Orator is easily on par with the death/thrash metal legends and greats of our time. Those who have embraced the intensity and savagery of the early 90's death metal will instantly dig Orator!"

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