Britain's MURDER ONE, featuring vocalists Paul Catten (ex-MEDULLA NOCTE) and John Loughlin (RAGING SPEEDHORN), bassist Jules McBride (ex-PULKAS) and guitarist Mark Seddon (ex-MEDULLA NOCTE), have inked a deal with Grind That Axe Records (the U.K. label formed by former Kerrang! magazine writers/A&R executives Dante Bonutto and Derek Oliver). The group's recently completed debut album, "Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid", was produced by Dan Turner (CRADLE OF FILTH, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE) and is scheduled for release on June 5. The CD will arrive in Japan via the JVC/Victor Entertainment label.

"Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid" track listing:

01. The Call that Never Came
02. Where the Body Lay
03. Sensory Deprivation
04. Burns, Tablets and Knives
05. Start of the War
06. A Picture Tells a Thousand Lies
07. It Was Lies
08. Some things Are Better Left Unsaid
09. Three Steps Back
10. Onscreen Rapists
11. Born With Tourettes

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U.K. shows are being lined up to coincide with the album's release.


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