Mighty Music has announced the signing of the notorious Danish metal band THORIUM for a two-album recording deal.

THORIUM is currently finishing up its comeback album at Sweden's Berno Studio and Mighty Music will be presented with the final mix within the next coming weeks. According to a press release, "The style of music is death metal. Brutal with a melodic and riff-oriented flow."

THORIUM released two strong albums on Diehard Music in the years 2000 and 2002 to much acclaim in the European metal press with sales exceeding 5,000 copies. As Diehard decided to close its doors, THORIUM took a break for some years to concentrate on the songwriting and figuring out which direction to take with its new material. The band is now ready to unleash its third album, "Feral Creation", in the fall/winter, supported by an extensive tour of Europe.

In other news, Mighty Music has announced plans to release (via its vinyl sub-label Prutten Records) THORIUM's 7" EP "Cast from Hell" (featuring three unreleased songs from 2005) in May 2007.

THORIUM 2007 lineup:

MHA - Vokills
Allan Tvedebrink - Axe
Marcel Lech - Axe
Nikolaj Borg - Battery
KB-Larsen - Bomber

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