October 26, 2011

DEAD TO THIS WORLD the speed/thrash/black metal project led by former IMMORTAL bassist Iscariah has inked a deal with Soulseller Records. The band's new mini-album, "Sacrifice", will be released on December 16. This effort features close to 30 minutes of all-devouring darkness and shall be followed by a full-length album in 2012.

"We are very pleased with the agreement with Soulseller and feel we have found mutual enthusiasm through them," stated Iscariah. "We are ready once again and nothing will stand in our way. Let it be known."

"Sacrifice" was recorded and produced by the DEAD TO THIS WORLD bandmembers themselves. The result is "a foul and untamed force which has left them armed, hungry and ready to kill," according to a press release.

The cover art for "Sacrificed" can be seen below. The entire release was designed and drawn by Adam Zaars of Bells Of Death.


Iscariah (ex-IMMORTAL, ex-NECROPHAGIA) - Guitar, Vocals
Skuggen (GORGOROTH, TORTORUM) - Guitar
Thurzur (TAAKE, GAAHLSKAGG) - Bass

A brand new DEAD TO THIS WORLD song, "Death Courageous", is available for streaming at

DEAD TO THIS WORLD's debut album, "First Strike for Spiritual Renewance", was released in November 2007 via Dark Essence Records. The CD was produced by Bjrnar E Nielsen at Nielsen's Conclave Media Studios in Bergen.

DEAD TO THIS WORLD was originally founded by Iscariah (NECROPHAGIA, ex-IMMORTAL) as a solo project, but was expanded to a full lineup, releasing a three-track demo in 2005.

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