Wuppertal, Germany-based thrashcore quintet BUT WE TRY IT has inked a deal with Massacre Records. The band's debut album, "Dead Light", was recorded at Woodhouse studio (CALIBAN, LACUNA COIL, SAMAEL) in Hagen, Germany with acclaimed producer Waldemar Sorychta (SODOM, LACUNA COIL, TIAMAT, MOONSPELL, GRIP INC., ENEMY OF THE SUN) and is scheduled for release on January 28, 2011.

According to the band's official bio, BUT WE TRY IT has "mastered the art of blending wall-of-sound guitars with wicked breaks, palatable melodies and cleverly inserted mosh parts." The band was formed in 2008 and has played over 40 shows with such acts as CRYPTOPSY, FIRST BLOOD and VALIENT THORR.


Jörn Preidt - Vocals
Tim Marxcors - Guitar
Dominik Ballreich - Guitar
Stefan Trautmann - Bass
Mark Brückmann - Drums

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/butwetryit.


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