DARK AGE Announce New Album Title

April 7, 2006

Hamburg, Germany-based brutal death metallers DARK AGE have set "Minus Exitus" as the title of their new album, tentatively due in late 2006/early 2007. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Cold", "Black September" and "Minus Exitus".

DARK AGE, who recently parted ways with longtime bassist Torsten Eggert, will release their first DVD, entitled "Live, So Far...", later this month. A clip for the track "Zero", taken from the upcoming DVD, can be viewed at this location.

DARK AGE's most recent studio CD, "Dark Age" (2003),featured a guest appearance by TIAMAT frontman Johan Edlund on two songs, including "Dare to Collapse", which can be heard on the band's MySpace.com page.

For more information, visit www.dark-age.de.

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