CRADLE TO GRAVE, the Vancouver-based band featuring ex-AGGRESSION guitarist Denis "Sasquatch" Barthe, recently signed a record deal with the Canadian indie label Year of the Sun. Year of the Sun will release CRADLE TO GRAVE's debut CD, "CTG", in Canada, the United Kingdom and Asia (excluding Japan) while New York-based Power Play Records will handle the release in the U.S., Europe (excluding the U.K.), Japan and South America.

"CTG" was recorded at Turtle studios in White Rock, B.C. and contains the following tracks:

01. As We Lay Dying
02. Projectile
03. Nuclear Flowers
04. Just Cause
05. Sunrise Sunset
06. Whay I Say
07. Southern Oak
08. Shut My Eyes
09. The Manipulated Dead
10. Wounded
11. Across the Sky
12. Bleeding Heaven
13. Crown of Snakes

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