NERVECELL Signs With LIFEFORCE RECORDS
Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based death/thrash act NERVECELL has inked a deal with Lifeforce Records. The band's "Preaching Venom" album will be released in Europe on October 26.
Commented Lifeforce CEO Stefan Lüdicke: "After meeting the guys at this year's With Full Force festival, it was an easy decision for us to say that we need to work with NERVECELL. We hardly ever met a band with such strong work ethic and with the highly professional team of people working for the band it will be a great pleasure for us to get the name NERVECELL out to the world."
"Demean", the latest video from NERVECELL, can be viewed below. The song comes off "Preaching Venom", which was released in April 2008 in the Middle East (via Spellbind Records) and features PSYCROPTIC's David Haley (also of THE AMENTA, RUINS) on drums. The CD was mixed at Hertz Studio (VADER, DECAPITATED, HATE) in Poland by Wieslawscy Bros. and was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (SEPULTURA, SUFFOCATION, UNEARTH) in New Windsor, New York.
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