Lebanese extreme black/death metal band KAOTEON has inked a deal with Osmose Productions. The group's full-length debut, "Veni Vidi Vomui" (which translates to "I came, I saw, I vomited"), was recorded and mixed inside the bullet-scarred walls of Beirut at Mixdown Studios while the mastering was handled by Dan Swanö (BLOODBATH, DIABOLICAL MASQUERADE, EDGE OF SANITY, KATATONIA, NIGHTINGALE, PAN.THY.MONIUM, UNICORN).
According to a press release, "Veni Vidi Vomui" is "a statement of anger and disgust towards civil wars, terrorism, invasions, sectarianism, and deceit. These themes are dissected throughout their lyrics to project Lebanon's daily life.
"Several bands wrote about the ripping political and religious instability in the Middle East but KAOTEON lives it to this day. From shrieks, low grunts, and high-pitched vocals to fast and mind-blowing blasts, this is a not to miss record for every extreme metal fan that enjoy uncompromising metal riffs."
The CD version of "Veni Vidi Vomui" will be made available on February 21, 2011.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/kaoteon.
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