DIM MAK Ink European Licensing Deal With Mighty Music

April 5, 2002

New Jersey's DIM MAK, featuring former RIPPING CORPSE members Scott Ruth (vocals),Shaune Kelley (guitars),and Brandon Thomas (drums),have signed a European licensing deal with Denmark's Mighty Music.

The European version of the band's upcoming album, entitled Intercepting Fist, will be released with one bonus track and completely different front cover and layout to the US version, which is due through Olympic Records. A June 2002 release is expected.

Intercepting Fist was produced and mixed by Erik Rutan (i.e. MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL) — an old friend of DIM MAK and a former member of RIPPING CORPSE.

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