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Century Media Records signs Miasmal

Wednesday, May 9, 2012 11:39 AM PT


Official press release:

Century Media Records is proud to announce the signing of Sweden's Miasmal.

The Gothenburg based band has caught the label's attention with its uncompromising way of playing real, straightforward, stripped-to-the-core and no-bullshit Death Metal. Their DIY attitude and previous releases (a demo, a 7 inch EP and one studio album) have gained them a constantly growing fan base.

Philipp Schulte, A&R at Century Media Records, comments: "We are very happy about the signing of Miasmal The current death metal underground scene is offering many excellent new and promising bands, but only a few have that certain edge that makes you feel there is much more to come. It's the combination of their music, style and attitude that makes Miasmal simply outstanding. When I listened to tracks like 'Kallocain', 'Toxic Breed' or the epic 'Chronicles' for the first time I felt this band has a spirit most other bands are lacking."

Pontus Redig, guitarist and vocalist in Miasmal, says: "We are happy to announce that we just signed a deal with Century Media! As fans of many of the label's releases and bands we feel that we are in good company. The new cooperation offers lots of opportunities for the making of our next record which is something we are very excited about. We've just begun the writing process and plan to head to the studio during the winter to immortalize our 2nd album and Century Media debut."


6 comments


5/9/2012 12:54:12 PM
^ ahh the return! ive missed those nonsense posts

i can see the future, so i can tell you i havent cared before they were even a band

anonymous
5/9/2012 3:20:36 PM
BAND KILLS IT

5/9/2012 7:25:34 PM
full length and demo rule.

5/10/2012 9:21:22 AM
I just saw a flyer for one of their shows on the 15th I think. I was thinking it was a local band. Guess I gotta go check em out now.

anonymous
5/10/2012 3:00:03 PM
omg, century media signs a good band!

5/11/2012 9:26:33 AM
stripped-to-the-core and no-bullshit Death Metal