October 18, 2011

HEADHUNTER D.C.‘s new upcoming album "…In Unholy Mourning…" will be released in South America through a partnership between Eternal Hatred Records and Mutilation Records. The band’s fifth album, successor of "God’s Spreading Cancer…", will be released in the end of the second half of 2011. Vocalist Sérgio “Baloff” Borges says: "I am very anxious and excited about the release of our new opus, and I am also very optimistic about this unholy partnership between HEADHUNTER D.C., Eternal Hatred (whose name is in homage to us due to our song with the same title on the "…And The Sky…" album) and Mutilation Records in Brazil. We needed a strong coalition for the arrival of the 25th anniversary of the Death Cult in 2012 and to help us spreading the word the way we need, then I think we made the right choice. “…In Unholy Mourning…” comes to give continuity to our saga on behalf of the true Unholy Metal of Death, and as well as in all our albums, its songs accurately reflect our feelings regarding the brutal, heavy, morbid and dark Death Metal, the way it was meant to be. Stay tuned! Prepare to meet the unholy!!!”. HEADHUNTER D.C. started the process of booking dates for their next Brazilian / South American tour in support of "…In Unholy Mourning…”. More info at www.myspace.com/headhunterdc, puredeathcult@hotmail.com (HEADHUNTER D.C.), contato@msmetalpress.com, www.msmetalpress.com, (Eternal Hatred Records) and www.mutilationrecords.com.br (Mutilation Records). See a new photo from the "…In Unholy Mourning…" photo session here.

German Thrashers EXUMER have completed recording and mixing their new album, their first in 24 years, and are now negotiating a deal with various labels worldwide. The recording and mixing process, which lasted from June to October 2011, has exceeded the band’s timeframe for finishing the album but proved to be necessary in order to satisfy all parties involved. Producer, Waldemar Sorychta (GRIP INC., MOONSPELL, THERION etc.), and his production team worked with EXUMER on the final mix for nearly 3 months to ensure best results and elevate the recorded material to the next level. Vocalist Mem Von Stein comments: "This was by far the longest recording and mixing process EXUMER has ever been involved with. However, the results are stunning and we could not be happier with the final product. I believe that this album will perfectly bridge the spirit of the 1980s Thrash Metal records with today’s production techniques. We tried to stay true our style and what it represents in the greater scheme of guitar-driven music, without compremising on using the tools available to make the album sound as powerful as it can be." Visit: www.facebook.com/exumerofficial for additional information.

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