Israeli "dark death metal" act ETERNAL GRAY has inked a deal with Season Of Mist. The band's second album, "Your Gods, My Enemies", was recorded at Studio Underground in Sweden and will be released in the fall.
Commented ETERNAL GRAY guitarist Dory: "We are very positive that this partnership will bring us to new levels, having set a high self-standard with our debut, 'Kindless'.
"Our forthcoming album, 'Your Gods, My Enemies', is now in good professional hands and you guys can rest assured we did our best to make it sound fresh, rich and strong, a timeless piece that we're very proud of.
"Being alongside bands such as MORBID ANGEL, MAYHEM, CYNIC and THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, to name but a few, we feel it's our obligation to continue working hard and step by step take ETERNAL GRAY to the top of death metal's elite.
"We expect and are ready for a full, busy schedule that will include touring, working on new material and generally keep providing you with the best we can on all fronts together with the Season Of Mist family."
ETERNAL GRAY's debut album, "Kindless", came out in 2002 via Listenable Records.
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