GALLACTUS Signs With DIMINISHED FIFTH RECORDS

Diminished Fifth Records has announced the signing of GALLACTUS for the follow-up album to their acclaimed LP "Empire of the Eye". The CD is due this summer and and will be the third release by Diminished Fifth Records since the label's inception in July 2006.

According to a press release, GALLACTUS's sound is "a flesh-yet-nostalgic blend of stoner, doom, and rock 'n' roll and it has been impressing ears since 2001. . . Fueled by the riffs of BLACK SABBATH and songs about giant robots, deep sea tyrants and alien drug dealers, the New Brunswick four-piece have two releases and plan on releasing their third this year."

GALLACTUS has shared the stage with bands such as ALEXISONFIRE, GOAT HORN, RAMMER, ION DISSONANCE, MISERY INDEX, NEURAXIS, BUCKET TRUCK, IRON GIANT, AT THE MERCY OF INSPIRATION, and many other local acts.

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