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Sumerian Records drops Sea of Treachery

Thursday, September 24, 2009 4:21 PM PT

Sumerian Records and San Diego, California metal band Sea Of Treachery recently parted ways. Essentially, the label lost confidence in the band following a host of line-up changes. For their part, the group no longer felt that Sumerian was the appropriate label home.

Regardless, Sea Of Treachery has entered Lambesis Studios in San Marcos, CA with engineer Joseph McQueen and producer Daniel Castleman (As I Lay Dying) to begin work on their sophomore release, "Wonderland." Additionally, the group has announced the addition of clean vocalist/bassist Chris Paterson (ex-Jamie's Elsewhere) to their roster.

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